I have a little habit of checking my phone to make sure it’s still charging, and when I see it’s not, I usually call it.
This morning I was checking my Facebook status, and a notification popped up on my phone that it was out of charge.
I was surprised and delighted, because I hadn’t been charging it for more than a few minutes.
And when it did charge, it was great.
But I’d never experienced something like this before.
It’s a common occurrence.
“You can’t do this with your phone, it’s too sensitive,” says Daniel Linder, co-founder and CEO of Linder Mobile.
“I think this is a common problem.
People are having problems with their phones, so it’s normal that we see this happening.”
Linder’s company, which makes mobile chargers, is working to develop an app that would allow people to check the charge status of their phones without touching them.
It would also help companies like Linder keep tabs on their chargers.
The app would let you check the status of your phone without touching it.
And it could help companies make a little extra money on charging time.
Linder and his team are also working on a more sophisticated charger, called the Power Charger, which can be set to charge your phone as you walk, run, or even sit down.
Linders says the app would be able to help businesses set up “smart charging stations,” so that they could charge a phone on demand at home, or charge at a restaurant, or just in the middle of the night when the phones battery is low.
The goal is to make charging a convenient and cost-effective way for people to keep their phones charged when they aren’t using them, even when they don’t want to.
Limes says his company will soon be shipping the Power Chargers to stores and stores of other companies, but he says it would be coming sooner than that.
For now, Linder is happy with the way things are going.
“People are using their phones for a lot of things,” he says.
“We think that’s great.
We just want to make the process a little bit simpler for everyone.”