Power To Give – Change the World Through your Smartphone

Change makers come as two kinds of people: those that wake up, ready to change the world and knowing exactly how they’re going to do it; and those that wake up, believing that they can change the world, but aren’t sure how to do it.  At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter which kind of person you are, but what change you help create.

With HTC Power To Give, you can change the world through your smartphone while you sleep. It’s incredibly easy, here’s how:

  1. Download the Power To Give app from the Google play store.
  2. Connect your smartphone to a charger when you go to bed. PTG only operates when your phone is being charged and is about 85% battery life.
  3. Overnight, your phone will join an enormous secure computing grid. When it does, it donates a small proportion of its unused processing power. This grid helps power research projects around the world by compiling and aggregating the scientific research data needed to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges in bio-medicine, physics, and astronomy.

Think about it this way—while you sleep, your phone could help researchers find cures for Alzheimer’s and AIDs. Or it could help find a long-term solution for 2.6 million people who struggle each day to find clean water. Or it could help to eradicate world hunger and malnutrition in some the world’s poorest regions

You can help the cause that matters the most to you. By downloading HTC Power To Give and plugging in your smartphone, you can be part of the future.

What if you could contribute to help fight some of the world’s problems? Download HTC Power To Give, plug in your smartphone and be part of the future.

  • Dhawal Sharma

    I m providing different conferences to introduce people about this program!

  • Frédéric Lamoureux

    installed but task remain with (0)

  • Frédéric Lamoureux

    installed but task remain with (0)

  • TheMan Parengthony

    I wanna ask about the privacy issue? Is it safe or no any intruding worm going to invade my personal data in my smartphone?

  • Nawar

    April fool’s day prank !! ….this is the only way this could make sense to me .