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SBSH RadGuard: Cell Radiation alert for Blackberry

Posted by freeappsblackberry on January 3, 2010

SBSH RadGuard: Cell Radiation alert for Blackberry

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Health risks associated with mobile phone radiation are a growing concern these days. Recent researches are linking mobile phone radiation with rapidly growing cancer rates, lower sperm count and is considered especially dangerous for kids and pregnant women. Mobile phones use electromagnetic radiation in the microwave range, which is believed to be harmful to human health in various ways. Some national radiation advisory authorities have already published measures to minimize exposure to mobile phone usage for their citizens. Now, SBSH has come up with a SBSH RadGuard v1.0.2, which is a very beneficial application not only with respect to the device, but even for the health of the user. As we know that the radiation becomes a big issue for the phone uses all over the world. The radiation emitted by the mobile phone may be harmful for one’s health. RadGuard application helps a BlackBerry user to know if the radiation or the transmission level emitted by the BlackBerry device exceeds a certain threshold level. This will help you to use the mobile less when the radiation levels are higher, which generally does not get noticed by the user. Features of this wonderful application are as follows.

logo_large Based on a patent-pending technology, RadGuard constantly monitors your BlackBerry’s transmission level, and notifies you as soon as it goes above a certain safe threshold. This unique and innovative application, allows you to avoid or minimize phone usage during those periods of high radiation levels that usually go unnoticed. Health risks associated with mobile phone radiation are a growing concern these days; protect yourself and those around you with RadGuard!

Please click herefor free trial!

Enjoy!

Features:

  • 1. The Problem – Radiation Health Risks
  • Mobile phones use electromagnetic radiation in the microwave range, which is believed to be harmful to human health in various ways. Numerous researches have been published in recent years studying the connection between growing mobile phone usage and the effects on the human body.
  • 2. The Solution – RadGuard Protection
  • RadGuard provides notifications each time your phone radiation cross a certain safe threshold level, helping users identify those high risk periods that usually go unnoticed. Advising users to try and place their mobile phone far from their body until radiation level is lower again.
  • 3. The Implementation – Profile Notifications – RadGuard provides high-radiation notifications. RadGuard notifications are integrated as part of the BlackBerry built-in Profiles application, allowing you to control notifications behavior according to the currently selected phone profile!
  • RadGuard is the only solution based on true and powerful concept. Adopting RadGuard as a mandatory tool can bring a dramatic improvement to the way we use mobile phones today!

    Minimum Requirements:

    • About 45kb of free memory. BlackBerry phone.

    Display Dimensions
    160 x 160, 240 x 160, 240 x 240, 240 x 260, 240 x 320, 320 x 240, 360 x 480, 480 x 320, 480 x 360
    Operating System
    4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7 Touch Screen, 4.7 Trackball, 5.0

One Response to “SBSH RadGuard: Cell Radiation alert for Blackberry”

  1. Phone Girl said

    I was doing some online research and found your site. Thanks for the info, it helped me with my research. I like your site design as well and I bookmarked your page so I can come back. Thanks!

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