Google is continuing the trend of moving more and more apps and services out of the core OS and into the Play Store.
We’ve seen it happen with things like the Dialer, Google Keyboard (now Gboard), Google Assistant and more.
Now, the Pixel and Nexus battery app is headed there too.
The app, named Device Health Services, is now showing up in the Play Store with owners with phones as old as the Nexus 5 seeing the update.
The app’s description in the Play Store points out that Device Health Services predicts how long your phone’s battery will last based on your usage.
The only feature listed is “Personalized battery usage estimates”.