The technologies we use today, from our everyday appliances, cell phones, even our cars, emit electromagnetic radiation & EM radiation that can penetrate and affect us, seriously compromising our health and disturbing our environments.

When you come to magnetic radiation, the body is as easily penetrated as air. This means if you are near a powerful EMF, electromagnetic radiation isn’t just around you, it’s inside you. Your body’s electrical signals are well within the range of those that can be stimulated by ambient radio waves, microwaves and other forms of electromagnetic radiation. That harmful, unnatural type of stimulation can seriously impact your body.

How can I find out what EMF levels I'm exposed to at home and at work?

Now you can find out thanks to a new app for iPhone..EMF Radiation Detector!

EMF Radiation Detector is very simple to use: open the app and your iPhone will begin to detect the electromagnetic fields nearby, showing you whether or not if these are dangerous to your health.

Do not endanger in vain your health, download EMF Radiation Detector from the App Store and find out which electronic devices can be dangerous for your body.

EMF Radiation Detector is compatible with iOS 7.1 or later. To ensure the accuracy of the data keep the iPhone away from metal objects, magnets and speakers.

What’s New

Version 1.0

This update is signed with Apple’s latest signing certificate. No new features are included.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
113 Ratings

113 Ratings

Dozi120 ,

It's a Toy

This is a toy that works well for anything with a magnet in it, which is why I give it an average star. However, everything written in the description is misleading.

I won't spend time discussing how so. But test it anywhere that has a magnet, it will spike. The stronger the magnet the more it'd spike. It's only detecting "magnetic fields" not "EMF" using the accelerometer or maybe gyroscope within the iPhone device. There's a diff between the two.

Minishogun ,

I dont know

Platform: iPhone 6 running iOS 9.3.2 After downloading the app, i noticed that it wasn't skyrocketing or at none. Near a clock or smoke detector, it fluctuates to 50. I cant tell if it works. If possible, if iPhones can read Sieverts and Micro Sieverts, that would be personally better.

KFC fncfvcjdhcbdfjbnfd ,


The reason why it goes up when your near your smoke detector is that it has americium a slightly radioactive element which send electrical spurts when high levels of carbon dioxide and you get the idea, I don't want to explain how fire alarms work just that they have some radiation


Ngoc Que Nguyen
2.8 MB

Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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