Long Valley, NJ, February 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Available today, the app Reform The NSA, makes getting involved in voicing your concern about the NSA's surveillance programs easier for people with iPhones.
The Reform the NSA iPhone app runs on top of the Crowdshout platform which leverages a concept called "micro actions," a number of small tasks taken by individuals that get magnified through group participation. On the Crowdshout platform each cause is configured with a set of action tools to help promote the cause. Action tools include sending email messages, tweeting on Twitter®, posting to your Facebook® wall, making phone calls, and reading the latest news items about the cause. When joining the cause, the tools are configured into the notification system of the phone, to remind the user to perform the actions at a specified time. The timing aspect is important, because one of the unique capabilities of the Crowdshout platform is to coordinate actions by many people at the same time for maximum impact.
Crowdshout is being offered in two models. First as an open platform, the Crowdshout application is available for free in the App Store and individuals can create and join causes and use the platform to take actions and make a difference. Alternatively, if you are an organization or a group and would prefer a "Branded" experience, Crowdshout can be provided as a service. The Crowdshout app will be rebranded to fit the look and feel of your organization and then the Crowdshout tools and infrastructure can be leveraged to provide a specific branded experience.
Please visit www.crowdshout.com to learn more and view their video.
The Crowdshout and Reform The NSA apps are developed by Crowdshout Inc., founded in 2012.