Mobile Electric Charger App

by Ali Omer Abdalla in Derby, Derbyshire, England

Mobile Electric Charger App

This App is designed to be the ultimate replacement for mobile phones charger: It work's by converting Radio Waves into mobile battery.

by Ali Omer Abdalla in Derby, Derbyshire, England

We did it
On 1st April 2018 we successfully raised £20 with 1 supporters in 56 days

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  • The new mobile phones charger App designed to capture the abundance radio waves into every mobile battery replacing the need for a mobile charger totally! 
  • One payment of £4.99 after a week free trial per mobile phone every six months.
  • The function of mobile phones includes both data transmission (TX terminal) and received data (RX terminal) data via antenna during the process of TX and RX there are a huge influx of radio-waves going on in between this data are known to carry electrical charges that can be stored in every mobile phone battery by reversing this process and utilise the electricity generated from the radio-waves through the existing mobile phone antenna therefore there are no need for extra hardware.  The logical assumption since its possible harvest wireless mobile electric without special hardware will introduce the concept of mobile app for Wireless Mobile Electric  where most modern mobile phones act as a local computer that accept apps download from any app-stores: Google-play, Google-store, marketplace, Amazon App-store, Apple-store etc. thus maximising sales and market segmentation.  

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