Educational apps for the consumer advocacy sector teach consumers about their rights under consumer protection laws. Educational apps help people understand how consumer protection laws apply to them, and they give people access to information about their legal rights in cases of fraud or product recalls. A key feature of educational apps for the consumer advocacy sector is a built-in attorney directory that directs users to attorneys who practice law in relevant areas.
Educational apps for consumer advocacy are similar to other education apps like educational games, language learning apps, and study apps. A few popular app examples of this type are Crash Course (education platform), Duolingo (language learning platform), and Khan Academy (learning platform).
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An educational app can grow rapidly by giving users a way to take action on important issues. Educational apps help users discover the best ways to get involved in the issues that they care about. A successful educational app needs to provide an easy way for users to share the information that they learn with their friends and family. An educational app should also give users an opportunity to take specific actions related to their concerns, such as writing letters to government officials or attending protests at local businesses.
An educational consumer advocacy app faces legal risks associated with the collection of personal information and the dissemination of biased information. Users may be particularly sensitive to ads or targeted content that is inconsistent with their political or religious beliefs. It is recommended that you limit the collection of personally identifiable information, unless it is required for transactional purposes.