Karl Rove, Hyundai and Elizabeth Warren Can Go In "The Dog House" With Consumer Watchdog's New Free App That Lets iPhone Users Create Meme-Like Images
Leading Consumer Group Offers Alerts, News & Expression In 5-Star Rated App
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Consumer Watchdog's new five-star rated app gives iPhone and iPad users a way to complain, stay informed and be engaged on the top consumer issues of the day. A popular feature, the "Consumer Watchdog Dog House," allows consumers to take a photo with their phone and satirize or applaud a politician, company or product and share it with their networks.
"Consumer Watchdog Mobile is a great new way to express your thoughts on the election. Think Super PACs poisoned the election? Now you can take a picture with your phone and put them in an actual Dog House. Win a ballot initiative fight for marriage equality? Announce it to everyone you know with the Dog House Daily Times," said Carmen Balber, Washington DC Director for Consumer Watchdog.
The free Consumer Watchdog Mobile application can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or by clicking this link:
Consumer Watchdog Mobile features:
1) Live updates of Blogs, News, Videos and Podcasts – Stay up-to-date on breaking consumer protection news and ongoing Consumer Watchdog campaigns.
2) Real-time Consumer Complaints – Report problems and complaints as they occur, and view others that match your own.
3) Mobile Action Center – With weekly Consumer Watchdog actions, contact a member of Congress or email a corporate CEO on the go.
4) Consumer Watchdog Dog House – Satirize a politician, company or faulty product and share it on social media. Nine meme-like templates let you literally put a politician in the Dog House, set corporate executives' "pants on fire" or point out a lobbyist who's swimming in cash.
Consumer Watchdog is a nonpartisan consumer advocacy organization with offices in Washington, D.C. and Santa Monica, CA. Find us on the web at: http://www.ConsumerWatchdog.org
SOURCE Consumer Watchdog