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How to Build iPhone & Android Mobile Apps with Angular 14, Ionic Capacitor 3, SwipeClouds & WebRTC

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27 Jan 2021CPOL27 min read
XCODE & Android Studio mobile app projects built using Ionic's Capacitor with an Angular 14 UI. Includes WebRTC for video conferencing, and SwipeClouds for Playing Millions of HD Movies & Videos and A Custom Capacitor Plugin for Scraping User Data for Targeted Delivery of video ads to mobile phones.
WebRTC Ionic Capacitor Mobile App with SwipeClouds UI/UX. Includes Custom Capacitor Plugin for iPhone & Android called InfoMagnet that scrapes user data to deliver targeted TV commercials. This Mobile App contains millions of HD movies that you can watch on your phone or stream directly to any smart TV as well as Video Conferencing using WebRTC. Videos include the latest How-To build Russian Viktor Grebennikov anti-gravity platform and How-To build the Russian Alexey Chekurkov anti-gravity device.


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CEO GeminiGroup TV, Inc.
United States United States
Bill SerGio is a highly accomplished individual, recognized in prestigious publications such as Marquis Who's Who in America and Who's Who in Advertising. With a background in software development and producing and directing famous celebrity infomercials, he has amassed a considerable fortune through television and licensing his software. Currently, he is deeply invested in developing anti-gravity technology using artificial intelligence, as well as utilizing AI for research into finding new cures for diseases such as cancer. In addition, he is also an investor in new movies, demonstrating a wide-ranging and diversified interest in various fields.

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