Xtreme Labs and Fixmo create Antenna Meter

Posted by Rob Lewis

With the Internet still buzzing over Antennagate, Toronto's Xtreme Labs has teamed up Fixmo to help create Antenna Meter.

The Antenna Meter application encourages you to try out different death grips' on the BlackBerry to see resulting fluctuations in antenna signal strength.

Does your signal drop? If so, by how much? You can also share your stats with others via email.

As a former member of the BlackBerry Partners Fund, it's not a surprsie that Fixmo co-founder Rick Segal is behind the Antenna Meter App. He cites the noise and unfair implications leveled at Research In Motion as the basis for this app.

Antenna Meter is available for download here.

Company:
Xtreme Labs
Website:
http://www.xtremelabs.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Located in Toronto, Palo Alto, and New York City, Xtreme Labs leads the world’s biggest brands in creating award-winning mobile products. Xtreme Labs’ expertise in mobile spans both the consumer and enterprise industries, providing a wide range of solutions for mobile, tablet, TV, mobile web, connected devices and more. All projects are handled in-house by a talented team of engineers, designers, product managers,... more

Company:
Fixmo
Website:
http://www.fixmo.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Fixmo Inc. is the mobile risk management (MRM) company that helps organizations identify, mitigate and manage the risks associated with mobile devices in the workplace. The company’s MRM solutions enable protected and compliant mobile computing, helping organizations embrace a wide range of mobile devices and applications while maintaining system integrity, protecting confidential data and proving regulatory... more


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