iBreastCheck for iPhone review
Apple and boobs haven't always seen eye to eye. Despite the promise of so many salacious sounding iPhone apps, you're more likely to see bikini tops then actual bare breasts on the Apple iTunes App Store, at least for the foreseeable future. Enter iBreastCheck, then, from the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity, which actually "gets them out" for the lads and lasses.
iBreastCheck proves an eye opener, essentially a short but informative breast check video demonstrating how women can check their own breasts. The big news is, large or small, young or old, there really isn't any complex breast check to learn or right way to do things. The video reveals it's more about what to look for, the early signs that something may be wrong, and what is and isn't normal.
iBreastCheck also encourages women to check their breasts regularly, key to helping prevent developing the horrible killer disease. The app offers the ability to set your own reminders for a breast check, something that will be particularly useful if you lead a busy or hectic lifestyle. An iBreastCheck risk report lets users assess how their lifestyle could affect the risk of getting breast cancer.
Additionally, Breakthrough Breast Cancer offers advice on raising not only awareness but also much needed funds to continue their work. The charity claims one in nine women in the UK will get breast cancer in their lifetime, while surprisingly perhaps men are not immune. Ways to help include donating and fundraising, while you can keep up to date with news and help spread the word.
iBreastCheck is a welcome addition to the Apple iTunes App Store. Informative and insightful, it's a useful guide for both women and men wishing to keep an eye and hand on their breasts. As Breakthrough Breast Cancer suggests, the app could make all the difference in the battle against cancer.