Geiger Radioactive detector is a Geiger counter, an instrument used to detect the radioactivity using a vu meter and a very particular sound, as on real devices.Please note that this is just a fake app that use the accelerator sensors on the phone to make the different radioactive sounds.
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Supported operating systems:
S60 5th Edition
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