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PETA Releases iPhone App To Help With Cruelty-Free Purchases

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Ever wonder if that product you’re about to buy is cruelty-free? For most people, the answer is probably “no” — but PETA wants you to think twice about seemingly innocent purchases and they’ve got a new iPhone app to help guide the way.

Called “Be Nice To Bunnies“, the app ties into PETA’s own cruelty-free database to provide you with up-to-date information that you need to “stay a caring and informed consumer on everything from toothpaste to dog treats!”

You can download the app for $1.99 from iTunes here. Just one more reason why Dudell’s Blackberry sucks something awful. (I kid, I kid…)

Check out PETA’s Apple-esque ad for “Be Nice To Bunnies” below:

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