A new version of Battery Monitor, a background battery monitoring tool for Ubuntu, is available to download. The tool is designed for those who want to see notification alerts about battery status besides “battery low” and “battery critically low”. When running, Battery Monitor is able to show desktop alerts for different battery status events, including ‘now charging’ and ‘battery not charing’ (like macOS does). […]
Battery Monitor app for Ubuntu now lets you create custom alerts, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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