(PRWEB) September 19, 2013
NearBytes can now be used with the NearBytes Web Plugin to offer even more possibilities for developers that want a proximity communication system.
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"Communicating between mobile devices and web browsers will bring computers into the NearBytes ecosystem and open up a whole set of new possibilities," said Icaro Martins, Senior Software Engineer at NearBytes.
The NearBytes and NearBytes Web Plugin combination can be used in a lot of different applications such as financial solutions, customer loyalty solutions, games, POS physical and online stores. This system is a simple yet powerful tool for integrating solutions for e-commerce, marketing, promotions, events, and of course, access to content pages, or to any sites that require login and password systems.
The NearBytes Web Plugin is already available for installation on browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Safari and Apple Safari, and on the most popular operating systems: Windows, Mac and Linux.
When the NearBytes Web Plugin detects a valid NearBytes sound the information is sent from the smartphone to the application on the computer. And a web browser can also send data to a mobile device, using the NearBytes Web Plugin. Communication can occur in both directions if necessary.
"There`s a test page for people who`d like to see it in action. The NearBytes communication between smartphone and computer can be tested here, in order see it`s potential and possible applications," explains Jefferson Pita, Senior Software Engineer at NearBytes.
1) Install "The Flame" on a smartphone for free using Google Play or iTunes.
2) On a computer (desktop/notebook) download and install the NearBytes Web Plugin. After the installation, make sure that the computer`s microphone is active and working properly.
3) Point the browser to http://www.nearbytes.com/theflame/counter.php.
With the site open on the computer, hold the smartphone close to the computer`s microphone, having installed and opened "The Flame" app. Tapping the candle on the smartphone, emitts a sound signal, and the flame on the web page will be lit. The counter on the page will register the interaction, demonstrating, through this simple example, the great potential for this invention: transferring data using sound between a mobile device and a computer.
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