Friday, September 28, 2012

C.G.G.C Weekend FREE Shopping Splurge:

Apple's iPhone 5 sold a record 5 million phones in the first three days, depleting its initial supply and shattering the previous record of 4 million phones sold in the same time frame last year held by it's predecessor, the iPhone 4S.

Anyone who doesn't have a smartphone is missing out. You can literally find, figure out, and fact-check every little thing your heart desires in a nanosecond.

If you read my post on Wednesday about Emma Stone and Halle Berry's PSA for Revlon, you'll remember that the goal of the campaign is to get women talking about breast cancer and to get them talking early. At 23-years old and coasting gracefully onto the Hollywood A-list scene, Stone is the perfect spokeswoman to target a younger audience.

Similarly, the designers of iBreastcheck have created a cool way to engage those under-30 in the conversation about early detection. Those born into Generation Y, or even Generation Z for that matter, are not only undoubtedly overly-attached to their smartphones and social media, but of an age where they are also less likely to be comfortable asking doctors, parents, or teachers how to perform breast self-exams.

Luckily, there's an App for that.

Check out the quick promotional video below:

And for the slightly older crowd, for which the application was more likely initially designed to attract, iBreastcheck allows you to set-up monthly reminders to keep yourself disciplined and provides an efficient way to track changes over time.

This is a no-brainer and its free.

Download iBreastcheck for your iPhone or Android today.  Better yet, download it onto your teenage daughter's phone without telling her.  I guarantee if you don't bug her about it, she'll figure it out and use it all on her own.


  1. Great App. I hope people download it and use it regulary!

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