Independent developer David Segatore today announces Personal Food Additives 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Personal Food Additives was created to help with consumer choice of food. Users can create a personal profile, and according to different characteristics, eating habits, or any disease find out whether a product is harmful to their personal diet. Each additive potentially has its own side effects; harmless for most of people but not identified or dangerous to other diets.
Big in Japan today announced that Consumer Reports has incorporated ShopSavvy barcode-scanning technology in its newly released iPhone app, Consumer Reports Mobile Shopper. In addition, ShopSavvy’s 6.5 million users on the iPhone, Android and Nokia platforms will see a callout when they have scanned an item that Consumer Reports has tested, along with how many other models exist and have been tested in that category.