Monitor Mobile Phone Radiation With Tawkon For Galaxy S Devices
Ever wondered what your mobile phone radiation levels are like? Wonder no more, with this monitoring tool from XDA forum member tawkon.
The app monitors your exposure to mobile phone radiation so that you can ‘talk on’ as usual, whilst receiving smart prompts to avoid radiation just when necessary.
You get real-time alerts, stats and user-generated radiation zone maps as well as a tiny home screen icon that changes from green to yellow to red indicating low-moderate-high levels of radiation exposure at any given time.
Tawkon is in beta, and is available to download for free from the Market. Currently supported are Samsung Galaxy S devices (Vibrant, Captivate and GTI 9000).
For more information, and to provide feedback, visit the application thread.
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