New app could persuade mobile users to sell their old handset to purchase an iPhone
11 August 2010 — 6:03 PM
Health conscious individuals may want to sell their old mobile and buy an iPhone to take advantage of a new app.
The Cook IT Allergy Free app has been created to help people with coeliac disease, food allergies and autism.
Hundreds of gluten-free recipes are featured on the application and it means sufferers will not have to look for suitable recipes in cook books.
Kim Maes created the app after her son and husband were diagnosed with coeliac disease and she wanted to help others in their quest to create tasty, nutritious meals that are gluten-free.
She said the product will help to keep mobile users organised, as there is an interactive grocery list.
Mobile users will also be able to develop a personal recipe box with customised meals and ingredients.
Last week, Legal & General launched a panic alarm app to help keep people safe when they are out and about.
iPhone users who download the app will be able to activate the alarm by pressing the Panic tab or shaking the handset.
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