Powermat is the ultimate way to stay charged while on the go. Download the Powermat App to switch on any Powermat Charging Spot & be directed to thousands of wireless charging locations in coffee shops, restaurants, universities, and other public venues. You can find Powermat locations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Connecticut, Chicago, Washington DC, Dallas, London UK and more.
Use the Powermat App to switch on any Powermat Charging Spot. The app will keep you up to date with news from your favorite venues, and will direct you to the nearest location with Powermat Charging Spots when you are running low on battery.
To enjoy wireless charging, launch the app, "tap to charge” and place the device on the Charging Spot to start charging. If your device is not embedded with wireless charging, plug the Ring and place it on the Charging Spot. Powermat Rings can be borrowed from most venues and can be purchased at store.powermat.com
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Ratings and Reviews
BY FAR THE MOST USELESS
It is EXTREMELY rare that I find reviews to be accurate. Nothing is as bad as the complainers say it is. So I ignored the naysayers to give this app a valid try to charge my phone in Starbucks. It failed. Miserably. 30 seconds into opening the app & it can't figure out that I'm ALREADY at a charging spot...it won't let me charge because it thinks I need to drive a few blocks to get where I am already. Then it tells me to insert a power ring that I'm supposed to buy somewhere? What?? Why would I buy a power ring when I could just buy a charging cable & plug my phone in?? This is by far the most illogical interface for what could have been a genius idea. Also, this will officially be the quickest deletion of an app. Not even worth trying again. Please don't waste 3% of your battery trying to get this app to work for you. It will not work and you will just drain your battery trying. Unfortunately.
Was sitting on top of a powermat and the app told me the nearest one was 1.7 miles away. It offers to navigate, which is great and all, unless you're at 3% battery and are more than likely to roast to death in the Southern California sun trekking to the new location with a dead phone. Plugged my phone into a normal power outlet and the app proudly told me my phone was charging...no thanks to the power ring. Maybe I needed someone to yell "Shazam!" with me? I tried this. My phone still didn't charge, but Shazam did correctly identify whatever amorphous music was playing at this particular Starbucks. Why we did away with regular outlets in favor of this is beyond me. It's said that Word War IV will be fought with sticks and rocks. I'd like to amend that statement to state that World War IV will be fought with sticks and rocks and these power rings. The powermat does make a convenient cup holder, however...I'll give it that.
What problem is this solving?
When creating an app, developers should really be asked, what problem is this solving that hasn’t already been solved in a better way?
I spotted this in Vapiano today and thought I’d give it a try. 10 minutes of installing an unfunctional app, and fiddling to get the ‘charging ring’ to sit in the (very) exact place and all I’d achieved was to expend 5% battery (and several calories) to get 3% charge back.
Given that this thing assumedly has a power source, why on earth wouldn’t a store just have regular charging cables. That way we wouldn’t need to a) download an app, b) sit through buggy and unfunctional adverts, c) rest our phone in a very specific place on the table and not bump the table/phone at any point, d) waste a lot of time for a slow charge.
Best of luck to the developers, but at the moment this app/charger is completely pointless and probably counter productive.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.