Battery Health 2 provides detailed stats and health information for your MacBook's battery! Used by millions of Mac users worldwide, it is considered by many as one of the essential free utility apps for your Mac.
With Battery Health 2, you can easily see all the important information about your MacBook's battery, such as current charge level, battery capacity, time remaining, power usage, number of times it has been charged and much more.
You also get useful notifications about your battery and by unlocking our Power History mode, you'll benefit from a wealth of battery history data and graphs.
Download the app and learn more about your battery than you ever thought possible!
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Ratings and Reviews
Answers the question, Is that so hard?
MacOS keeps meticulous track of statistics and performance for a MacBook’s battery. Exposing that information would seem like an easy decision: if you know your battery’s been recharged a thousand times and is barely holding any power compared to when it was new, you’ll want to have Apple replace it. Yet, MacOS does not do this.
Battery Health 2 does. The interface takes up no more room in the menu bar than the stock battery level report. When you open it, however, everything you’d want to know about your battery is right there. This is a very nice balance of graphics and text, easy to understand, and will tell you what you need to know. Recommended!
It's great, but a step backward from previous version
I used the original Battery Health and liked it a lot. This does the same job, and does it just as well and is much better-looking. But version 2 is missing the "time remaining" estimate section, and the menu bar lightning bolt icon option is gone, meaning that it takes up more room on my toolbar. Also, where the previous version had a usage graph for the last few hours (I don't mean the full history that comes with the add-on) Battery Health 2 is missing it. Bring back the features from the original Battery Health and I put the fifth star back.
Simple App that does the job
Needing to replace a frayed power adaptor for a Macbook Pro, I noticed that the new adaptor ran exceedingly hot. Pulling the plug and ordering another, I found a similar result. Was it the adaptor or my MacBook? Was there any internal damage to the battery? Solving the mystery, I downloaded Battery Health 2 for a quick check-up. It knew the status of my battery, the age of my battery, and its ability to hold a significant charge. The info was fast and clearly presented. Its icon can be added to the Mac menu bar and there’s an option for opening upon start up. It’s a peace of mind app and works like a charm.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.