We warned several thousand people who were actually shopping for cantaloupe
New York, New York (PRWEB) October 04, 2011
Amid the concern around listeria tainted cantaloupe of the last few weeks there was an overlooked bright spot. People using smartphone apps like Shopper, a leading smartphone grocery list app, were significantly safer as a result.
“We warned several thousand people who were actually shopping for recalled products, right on their shopping lists while they were planning to or actually in the store shopping.” said Sean Flynn, CEO of the Purchase Decision Network, “Our users tell us they were relieved to see the warning and liked easily looking up the suspect products right from their phones.”
Shopper uses proprietary shopping keyword technology to automatically match what users are shopping for on their lists with everything from coupons and store savings to nutritional information. Mr. Flynn added: “In addition to saving our users time, we are always trying to bring them information relevant to what they are shopping for. That a product has a recall might be the most important of the messages we deliver.”
Shoppers can visit http://www.MyShopperApp.com for more information and to download the application.
About The Purchase Decision Network and Shopper
The Purchase Decision Network (New York) owns Shopper, which has been downloaded by over 1 million users from the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and now Intel AppUp stores, where it continues to delight consumers with a simple and intuitive interface. Shopper saves time and effort on everyday shopping, automatically matches shopping lists to savings offers, and shares lists, recipes, tips and savings with friends and family.
Sean Flynn, CEO
The Purchase Decision Network