Cellphone Radiation Detector Rejected by Apple Comes to Android
Even as Android users, most of us have become familiar with the harsh requirements of the Apple App Store. Rejected App Store applications routinely find a place in the Android Market, and Tawkon Radiation Detector is no exception.
After a year of development, Tawkon claims that it allows you to see your mobile’s radiation output and limit your exposure if need be. Tawkon’s additional features include real-time exposure feedback, a notification icon, personal stats, and a prediction mode.
Tawkon currently only supports the Galaxy S line of phones, and is available for free in the Market.
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