MGT Alert, The First Mobile App Immunizing Against Unnecessary Radiation Exposures, Makes iOS and Android Debut

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MGT Alert, The First Mobile App Immunizing Against Unnecessary Radiation Exposures, Makes iOS and Android Debut

April 27
21:02 2020

27 April, 2020 – Zug, Switzerland – Smartphones accompany us everywhere in daily life. Often the first item we grab in the morning and the last we put down before bed, today’s smartphones are constantly emitting damaging non-ionizing radiation from 4G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth signals. The research is clear – this overexposure hurts. 

Overexposure occurs in all facets of daily life as we navigate city centers, fitness centers, hotels, and more. Hundreds of signals from smartphones live in symbiosis with us at any given moment. MGT Alert, a revolutionary new application developed by Futurix Lab, seeks to empower individuals in the digital world, permitting them to monitor their exposure index under recommendations by the European Council’s Resolution 1815 and best practices from the ICNIRP-IEE.

Creating a “digital defense,” MGT Alert reduces exposure thanks to the invention of specific algorithms that both calculate radiation exposure indexes and “immunize” our smartphones from unnecessary DNA attacks, through an application and worldwide map, with innovative patent-pending technology. With helpful alerts and reminders, the app warns of high exposure in real-time. It suggests ways to mitigate it while notifying users when an environment is no longer safe for young children under international standards. Creating safer environments without high doses of radiation, MGT Alert is protecting people worldwide against the harmful effects of damaging non-ionizing radiation and smartphone cancer potential controversial effects.

“I remember having a headache one evening after a phone call. During the call, I kept getting notifications, and I asked myself, ‘What’s the point of all this?” During a conversation or when the phone is not in use, I am not interested in receiving unnecessary radiation,” remarked Riccardo, the founder behind MGT Alert.

“We cannot ask people not to use the smartphone,” Riccardo continued. “When we drive, seatbelts reduce the risk of damage. When we ride, the helmet protects us. This application has the same purpose. By receiving signals when they are not needed, we are less exposed to damaging smartphone radiation and can reduce global environmental pollution.”

The free version of MGT Alert is now available on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. A premium version of the application is expected to be released in the coming weeks. 

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Company Name: Futurix Lab
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Country: Switzerland

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