Check if a company is cruelty-free! Bunny Free lets you search for companies by name and tells you whether or not they test on animals.
Bunny Free uses data from the cruelty-free shopping guide published by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The information is updated on a regular basis.
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As another reviewer mentioned, I'm not sure why all the reviews are quite so high, given the database limitations: with such a tremendous cosmetics industry, there is relatively little covered here.
I wasn't expecting 100% coverage; there's too much out there for that. However, if you try to browse (for example) Sephora with this app in hand, you're going to strike out a lot-- and that's a fairly limited range of products.
When it works, it works, though. It gives a concise yes/no answer and relevant company contact info. PETA's website is extremely comprehensive, but, of course, that's difficult to browse on the run, which is why this app is a good idea.
I'm hoping for further updates; it's very simple to use and has a very clean look. The only thing lacking is more a more complete information bank.
Okay. Need to type in each product and search. We needs an app that can scan barcodes.
Who has time to type in and enter every single product?
If I could scan each product before throwing it in my basket at the store it’d be great - but so far I might as well just use any old app out there that lists brands because this one isn’t any more user friendly than any of the others.
Great idea, very useful, room for improvements
Great idea of an app, very useful so far, room for improvements of course like better search capabilities. I have found all the companies I have searched for so far but only used it for a short time since I download it. It's a free app so that's another plus. It helps animals so that's a great app already. I will continue to use it more, and review it again in a few months.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.