The software allows members and consumers alike to clearly track the success of taking hgh supplements and gives the CPR Team a better tool to recommend which supplements work the best
Brunswick, OH (PRWEB) September 30, 2010
Consumer Products Review (CPR), a leading provider of unbiased product reviews including HGH, today announced the launch of HGH Tracker Software version 1. The new software provides a clean interface to track the outcome of taking HGH Supplements over a period of time, including noted benefits such as increased muscle mass, decreases in body fat, improved skin and many more advantages.
Michael Bradley, CPR’s Director of Product Reviews says the HGH Supplements tracking software accomplishes to two critical missions – “The software allows members and consumers alike to clearly track the success of taking hgh supplements and gives the CPR Team a better tool to recommend which supplements work the best... The software will be a critical asset used to report which HGH products are the most reliable, effective and worthy of our recommendation”. Michael, who recently went through a 6 month trial of popular product Woodstock HGH, thinks readers will overwhelmingly use the software – which is free in its current BETA format.
To date, CPR has provided reviews and product recommendations based on price, effectiveness, reputation, guarantees and consumer reports. The new software will be another variable which has more structure, and therefore will be more accurate. This is great news for anyone considering taking HGH supplements. Michael Bradley says the company plans to incorporate software to track the success of all of its products down the road. HGH Tracker is just the first step.
Those interested in downloading the HGH Tracker software can do so at http://www.consumerproductsreview.org or any popular download site.
Consumer Products Review is a free service provided to consumers researching products sold on the Internet including hgh supplements and more. Our organization is made up of staff and volunteers all of whom have signed a code of ethics statement to ensure test unbiased reviews. We do not manufacture, sell, or have direct relations with manufacturers of products that are reviewed. We do not accept advertising of any kind. Our reviews are based on testing and research as well as reviews from our members.