Free2Work

Free2Work


Free2Work is ground central for the modern-day abolitionist movement on Android, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Slavery exists today, and Free2Work promotes transparency by rating major brands based on their policies to address this human rights issue.

With Free2Work, consumers can easily find specific Companies, get updates from other activists, see the latest video and photos from the field, and share information with their friends and family.

Features:
+ Learn how companies like Nike, Adidas, Nestle, Hershey's and Patagonia are rated and how they are improving.
+ Drill Deep into the record of over 77 companies in categories like Apparel, Electronics, Equipment, Accessories, Food, and Toys.
+ Discuss human trafficking at a new level without even owning a Twitter account.
+ Inform friends and family about company ratings and Free2Work tool.
+ Watch videos from YouTube and see photos from Flickr from within the App.

Find out how to make a difference, and help end human slavery in our lifetime.

More features coming soon!

Free2Work was created by the Not For Sale Campaign - a 501(c)(3) non-profit - and supported by the International Labor Rights Forum. The Not For Sale Campaign is working to equip and mobilize smart activists to deploy innovative solutions to re-abolish slavery in our own backyards and across the globe. NFSC has developed and extensive network in the US and around the world of people dedicated to ending slave and forced labor.

Android version was developed by Paul Yago ... Paiego LLC.
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About Free2Work
Free2Work is ground central for the modern-day abolitionist movement on Android, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Slavery exists today, and Free2Work promotes transparency by rating major brands based on their policies to address this human rights issue.

With Free2Work, consumers can easily find specific Companies, get updates from other activists, see the latest video and photos from the field, and share information with their friends and family.

Features:
+ Learn how companies like Nike, Adidas, Nestle, Hershey's and Patagonia are rated and how they are improving.
+ Drill Deep into the record of over 77 companies in categories like Apparel, Electronics, Equipment, Accessories, Food, and Toys.
+ Discuss human trafficking at a new level without even owning a Twitter account.
+ Inform friends and family about company ratings and Free2Work tool.
+ Watch videos from YouTube and see photos from Flickr from within the App.

Find out how to make a difference, and help end human slavery in our lifetime.

More features coming soon!

Free2Work was created by the Not For Sale Campaign - a 501(c)(3) non-profit - and supported by the International Labor Rights Forum. The Not For Sale Campaign is working to equip and mobilize smart activists to deploy innovative solutions to re-abolish slavery in our own backyards and across the globe. NFSC has developed and extensive network in the US and around the world of people dedicated to ending slave and forced labor.

Android version was developed by Paul Yago ... Paiego LLC.

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User reviews of Free2Work
Has been almost a year since I last tried and this App remains incompatible with my Sony Xperia ZL. I would really love to be able to use this app and it only makes sense that it should be available on all types of android phones.
May 7, 2014
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 21, 2013
Won't let me log in Pleas fix this. The app could be very useful if it actually worked.
A Google User
Jun 20, 2013
Samsung S3 When will this app be available for the Samsung S3 phone? I used to use this app all the time on my last phone, but when I upgraded to the S3, it says it is not compatible with this version. Would like to continue the use of know what companies are using the slave labor to create their products. Thanks you! <><
A Google User
Jun 13, 2013
Really want it to work I love the concept of this app and I really want it work, but I can't sign in to even see if it works, it shuts down immediately. I see there hasn't been an update in a year, but I will keep the app in hopes that the bugs get worked out. What a great way to help consumers make better choices.
A Google User
Jun 11, 2013
Won't work App sounds great but it won't let me log in
A Google User
May 4, 2013
The idea is great but the usability is not Bar code doesn't work. The program shuts off sometimes.