App allows you to track the battery life of a friend or family member's iPhone or iPad
posted by Alan F. / May 05, 2016, 11:45 AM
The app isn't free, however, and requires that you part with 99 cents. And guess what! If family and friends agree to follow your iPhone or iPad, the app also will alert them about your current battery level. This way, your friends will know if you're being a total ass by not responding to them, or if it is merely a case of a dead battery. Plenty of misunderstandings on both sides can be avoided by buying Battery Share.
And yes, there is more. The app also allows you to make VoIP calls to the iPhones (sorry Phil) you are tracking. One thing to keep in mind. Battery Share requires that the user is rocking iOS 9.1 or later. If you've fallen behind and haven't updated your iOS device in some time, better do so now if you plan on purchasing Battery Share. After all, the battery life you save might be your own.
source: BatteryShare (iOS) via RedmondPie
I can do that with "find my phone".
posted on May 05, 2016, 11:48 AM 0
these crappy scam-spy apps for stupid ppl mostly for usa ppl :D
posted on May 05, 2016, 2:56 PM 0
Well look at traitor from apple your own ppl taking piss from you.. am sorry. I don't watch ANY usa media only trump.. trump is TRUE WISE only person in USA.. I drink only diet coke (sometimes) but all this u mentioned has additives drugs in it so can't stop .. even ppl from PA are no true usa ppl.. ;) And no internet is not from usa. internet is from everywhere..
posted on May 06, 2016, 12:14 AM 1
Posts: 397; Member since: Mar 10, 2014
apple users so stupid, what is the point of tracking someones battery status???
posted on May 05, 2016, 12:04 PM 2
Wow, you serious? I track my daughters iPad to insure she's where she should be, and if her battery seems low I FaceTime her and tell her to make sure it's charged so it doesn't die so I can locate her at any time Im worried. I also have my old iPhones as remote cameras at projects that im remodeling that are vacant, sometimes i have to turn off power for a duration - tracking the battery lets you know when you gotta be more conservative about checking too often. If you loose your phone - you can check how much battery left to insure you can track it before it dies. Like I said - I've been doing this with find my phone. It's a peace of mind knowing how much juice is left on your remote devices. Those are just my uses. There are hundreds of millions of iOS users and billions of all mobile device users put together - im sure there are quite a few people that need to track their devices battery remotely for one reason or another. But yes, you're probably 12 and have no responsibilities or worries. This stuff gets really useful when you run a business or have a family. I don't call people names out of the blue, but because you didn't even consider any uses, just went straight for blind bashing you deserve to be called "stupid".
posted on May 05, 2016, 12:56 PM 5
Posts: 338; Member since: Jul 17, 2015
So when a developer comes out with an app that he/she feels may be necessary for someone, all Apple users are stupid? Boy, it's one thing to be a fanboy but it's another thing to be downright stupid, which you seem to be.
posted on May 05, 2016, 2:02 PM 2
it is all for idiots who will fall into abyss..
posted on May 05, 2016, 2:58 PM 0
Posts: 515; Member since: Jan 15, 2015
A bigger battery would have solved a lot of issues including this.. Wouldn't need to really worry about battery at all with a decent capacity battery.
posted on May 05, 2016, 2:37 PM 1
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