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> $5.00 Phone app turns your phone into a G-M meter, Real Time ionizing radiation detection for mobile phones now available
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post Jan 18, 2012, 02:49 PM
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http://www.hotray-info.de/html/radioactivity.html

Type the key word "ROLF-DIETER KLEIN" in your phone's Android Market's search tab.
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post Sep 02, 2012, 08:47 PM
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don't mind but i think this app does not worth $5 value. Its solely my opinion.
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post Jun 29, 2013, 07:58 PM
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don't mind but i think this app does not worth $5 value. Its solely my opinion.


Well that is a strange and bizarre opinion, since free apps that claim to do the same are fake, and since there is real nuclear equipment and real science used to program, calibrate & test the app.

An app like this would be $5, while other apps might be $1 or free. I dont follow your thought process, since it links to a page with photographs of actual development and testing being done in radiation chambers and is the next best thing to a $200 basic hardware counter, & thirdly, that all other apps that claim to do this are fake.

So yeah, an illogical opinion.
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post Jun 30, 2013, 04:04 AM
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Well, as long as you have enough processing speed on your phone, it seems like I good idea to me, government granted, I didn't actually read any of the shit on the website. It all looked foreign to me smile.gif
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post Jul 05, 2013, 06:26 AM
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stuff like this doesnt really need much processing power. Games & certain other Apps do. I only have a Java phone, that is a step down from a smart phone. So many things can be developed for java phones but are not. For instance my phone plays youtube videos, but it cant stream anything else and say format not supported, even though it would be esaily possible for non-smart java phones to do all that. Java is very powerful , games made in it are much better than flash game

In fact this is how powerful java really is:

http://virtualnes.com/play/NES-LC
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