Diet apps can have a devastating effect on people suffering from eating disorders. Here's why.
Commuters will soon be able to claim compensation for delayed trains, using an app which is being developed by a London-based start-up.
Saasha Celestial One, the founder of food sharing app OLIO, is a woman in a men's world, but she doesn't feel that this has held her back.
A British non-profit is debuting an app for young people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) this summer. OCD Action, the UK’s largest charity for obsessive- compulsive disorder, designed the app to supplement the treatment of sufferers aged 13-25.
Medical apps can do everything from plan a pregnancy to keep blood sugar levels under control. But just how far are they going to protect some of our most sensitive information?
Summer is just around the corner, and if you are a fan of outdoor sports, you are probably planning your next big adventure. Here are five apps that have what it takes to boost safety and improve your technical skills.
If your thumb is tired of swiping on potential partners, take a break: Facebook will soon be launching a brand new dating feature, doing away with Tinder’s swiping system.
Shanghai’s self-styled “Lesbian Godfather” is making queer women an offer they can’t refuse: a networking app for Lesbian professionals that will work as a virtual lesbian bar where queer women globally can connect with each other.