Published on March 4th, 2013 | by Haseeb Ahmed0
Hilarious low battery notifications for your Android
We all know that batteries have this habit of dying when we need every bit of that little juice left. That is something that gets us all frustrated but what if there was a funny low battery notification instead of a boring “20% battery left” alert? One of the Pakistani based start-ups, White Rabbit have released there 2nd Android application this year called Low Battery Fun Alerts. Low Battery Fun Alerts is an applications for your Android phone that displays a witty low battery alert makes you laugh and encourages you to charge your phone. Low Battery Fun Alerts can be found for free at Google Play Market (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.rabbitwhite.funlowbatteryalerts). Press Release is just after the break, meanwhile i recommend that everyone of you try out this app on their phones and have fun running out of battries.
Lahore, PK – March, 3rd 2013 – Are you tired of the dreaded low battery notifications on your Android? Look no further there’s an app for that!
White Rabbit app development team has released Low Battery Fun Alerts on Google Play. The app is simple, fun and works as a utility for your battery that will alert you on a set power level with a fun and witty message. The app was developed as a project inspired from an article on Gizmodo about a meme on College Humor. App development team of White Rabbit sought to develop an app that worked just like the meme they saw and bring laughter to a situation that normally does not make people happy. This app brings fun to your notifications and aids as a very friendly reminder to find an external power source to charge your Android device. It’s compatible on all android devices with Android 2.3 and higher. The developers have said they will be adding a few more features and updates to the app and promote the user base to add suggestions. This is White Rabbit’s 2nd app release this year and it’s available for free to download in the Google Play Market.
via: White Rabbit Blog