Good Information The information seems good and concise. The app is easy to use and navigate, including a search function. However, text is not as sharp as it could be on the Nexus 7 tablet (not tablet-optimized). Still, text is large enough and easy to read, though a text size option might be helpful to some. Perhaps a favorites function would also be useful. And, although I'm not a vegan, I agree with others that the gross meat background picture should be replaced!
Caution when using This app is really helpful, but I noticed not all ingredients can be found on this app such as Ester Gum which may be from an animal source. Don't depend on this app alone. Make sure to stay educated on other ingredients you come across that aren't familiar to you and use that along side this app
Barcode The app is good, would be Great if it had a barcode scanner that would tell you if its vegetarian / vegen friendly to help out us newbies. There are a few other vegetarian scanners but they have nothing in their database. This could be perfect!!
It's OK, but not sure why product list split. An OK list but several issues: - 1. Why a "vegan list" and an "animal list" - I have to check 2 lists to find out that the item is not listed. All other apps have a single list with a red/green colour code. - 2. It doesn't seem to include any European additive codes e.g. E-numbers. - 3. Vitamin B-12 is listed as always animal-derived. WRONG! (Unless bacteria are animals) - 4. No search function, just scroll scroll scroll. - 5. Information screens are badly formatted and do not align. - 6. Cluttered with redundant information that gets in the way. We already know alligator skin, eggs and leather are animal-derived. Clue is in the name. Actually I might just uninstall.
Not great For a start, not all the information is accurate. Rennet is not only animal derived, it CAN also be mushroom and microbial derived. Also, there's no search option!!! If I'm using the app, I don't know whether to look under plant or animal derived or I wouldn't be using it! Also, a number look up would be good. It doesn't help to know that carmine is not vegetarian if it's just listed as 120.
When can we start scanning on Android? I would love to see someone develop a fully functional version that allows scanning barcodes on Android. Let's take down the multinationals that are feeding us dead animals!!
Added a menu that with options to search on or filter the list of animal ingredients.
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