Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Recall Plus App Program Review


Recalls Plus is a newly launched app that helps busy parents to proactively monitor recalls on their kids’ strollers, cribs, toys, formula, and other items for greater safety and peace of mind. The app is created by SAP, a market leader in software applications whose vision is to help the world run better.

Our diverse team consists of parents and others who are focused and passionate about parenting issues -- working around the clock to make sure we don’t miss catching a recall on kid’s products or food with undeclared allergens. Recalls Plus is designed and built for busy parents like you so you can focus on the important things in your life.

Recalls Plus is created by SAP—a market leader in enterprise application software, who’s vision is to help the world run better. Recalls Plus marks the first consumer-facing app developed by SAP – and more apps are on the way!

SheSpeaks has teamed up with Recalls Plus to help you stay ahead of the game when it comes to your children's well-being! This new app allows you to keep track of child product and food allergen recalls, as well as keep an eye on products your children use most with Personal Watch Lists. Available on FacebookiPhone, and Android.

I downloaded Recalls Plus on my Android and check it often. This is part of the SheSpeaks campaign I was accepted into. 

You can check the "news",inbox, add your own stuff to watch and a watch list. 

This really comes in handy since I have small girls and we still have TONS of baby/toddler apparatus! Not to mention TOYS galore :)

My favorite feature is the Allergens watch list. It contains allergens such as eggs, wheat and NUTS  which Olivia is allergic to. This helps set my mind at ease. I can search anytime of the day or night! 

I HIGHLY suggest you download Recalls Plus to stay up to date with all recalls!

** Disclosure** The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

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