Mommy Blog Expert: Free Parents Consumer Safety Recalls Plus App for iPhone iPad Android & as Facebook App - Review

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Free Parents Consumer Safety Recalls Plus App for iPhone iPad Android & as Facebook App - Review

by Janis Brett Elspas


In February SAP released Recalls Plus, the company's first consumer mobile app providing parents and other caregivers of children with the essential safety information they need to guard little ones against faulty and dangerous consumer products, food, medicine and baby equipment. Not long after the launch, Apple included Recalls Plus on three of iTunes lists: Great Free App, What's Hot, and New & Noteworthy.
My son when he was a baby, Vintage Family Photo
The news gets event better now that Recalls Plus is also available as a Facebook app and for Android users to tap into.

Recalls Plus App
  • Proactively delivers timely recall alerts for the items on your customized personal list of items to watch
  • Curates relevant product and food recall information directly from the four key government agencies the Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA, U.S. Food & Drug Administration FDA, and U.S. Department of Agriculture USDA, data is then organized for you and is easy to access and use
  • Provides moms, dads and others who care for children with a simple, easy-to-use solution to track recall information and quickly share it with your family and friends
Free to Download
For iPad iOS 4.0, iPhone, iPod Touch on App Store
For desktop computers as  Facebook App
For Android on Google Play

Button Image from Recalls Plus
To Learn More
Join the She Speaks Up #RecallsPlus Twitter Party tomorrow where they'll be talking about which toys, food and baby equipment to buy as well as chatting about RecallsPlus and other great apps and tools to make and keep track of your family purchases. 

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