We have felt that sugar rush from chocolate once or twice in our lives from food that is "UnHealthy", while the untold truth is "It is effortless to add some extra sugar to this or that menu item at a restaurant."

How Could WE ever keep these entities liable or some way accountable?

At FoodBust, we strive to give a simple and low data usage app to our users. The app intends to allow users to rate Restaurants on a more direct manner. Your simple input one-hour after could help the next user decide if this or that area of food, be it Burgers or Sushi, will suite them.

It is true that not all restaurants have equal customers and that is why if you so choose you could, simply, mark the Restaurant as Private ( Like your Kitchen) and keep track of your cooking or those of relatives.

Our target audience is the general public that is also likely to have some food issue where they need to know how likely it is that some group of food, of a certain Restaurant, would have on them. Typically someone that is to a high degree affected by sugary food.
Most people would also be able to use the app to indicate what food type is best from the Restaurant — for example, hamburgers or pizza's and so forth.

The Purpose of the app is to help everyone understand what the strong points for a restaurant are. For those who are adversely affected by sugar; the one-hour indicator with a rating out of 5 would be most useful. The rest of the public information will be there to help the user decide on what they would like to eat based on the ratings provided.

The app uses the following;
1) GPS this is used two-fold.

a) If the user is more than 100 meters away from the Entity Foodbust opens a map view with a pin that would open up the maps app when clicked on.

b) Is Used to calculate the distance, for the user, from their current location to the listed restaurants

2) push notification
The app would after clicking on a food type, from any restaurant, make local push notification with a delay of one-hour. If the user were to open the app directly from the push, be able to rate the food type from a said restaurant. The other possibility is that the user could click and hold the push to show a rating list of tiles. After selecting a rating, the app would open up and prepopulate the 3 scores for the food type.
a) Instant 
b) 15 Minutes 
c) One Hour.

What’s New

Version 2.1.0

Improvements in UI.

App Privacy

The developer, Martin de Klerk, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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