Due to a minor change in appinfo when upgrading from 1.0.3, 1.0.4, and 1.0.5 it will likely appear as if Battery Monitor is installed twice in the installed app list or both may actually be installed. To avoid this uninstall the previous version first.
Based on the original Battery Monitor, Battery Monitor now contains additional features, visual enhancement, and is free just like the original. The most notable new features are new options for what data is graphed, new graph design, and new details tracked.
With tracking mA (current or if you prefer consumption) one can use battery monitor to get accurate information on just how much battery is consumed for various things such as streaming audio or the screen at 100% brightness vs 10% brightness. Once Battery Monitor is started it only takes as few as 60 polls (1 hour at 1 minute intervals for example) to get a decent accuracy for this sort of monitoring. 90 polls for better accuracy and 120 for greater accuracy or more that 120 for greatest accuracy.
Stop by the official thread for discussion of upcoming and proposed changes. The link is at the end of the listing. I know some will ask for a donate link so mine is below. However if it weren't for Jordan Neville designing the original app I would have never been able to update it. Therefore please consider primarily donating to him. His donate link can be found on the listing for the original Battery Monitor (linked near top of this listing).
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Category: System Utilities
Updated: September 6, 2010