An application for Apple to detect free food "unsafe" in China breaks records as detailed discharge its more than 200,000 users "marks dangerous" food and "geographical locations" where food scandals erupted, reports today the "South China Morning Post ".
The application, launched in late May, shows thousands of products that were accused of inflicting food security as well as pictures illustrating the scale and seriousness of the problems, and to assess the potential risk of consuming each item.
Under the name "China Survival Guide" ("The China Survival Guide"), only three days, the application became the number one country to be discharged, including free, and topped the list of the "app "(applications) preferred the medical sector.
Its inventor, a manager of software products of Kingsoft Internet Security and did not reveal his name, said the application was a gift for his wife and daughter . Also, he said, will serve to inform "more people to avoid toxic and can safeguard their food security."
"It's very sad that we can give our loved ones safe food," he said in his microblog, "and so I decided to do something on my own before he died intoxicated." The newspaper notes that today is not the first time a Chinese citizen is to address the problems that originate in China food fraud