apps

  • Top 10 Instagram Analytics Tools You Need to Check Out

    More than 700 million people use Instagram monthly. Let’s assume each user carries out about five actions on Instagram each month — a very conservative estimate. That would mean Instagram users produce at least 35 billion data points every single month. This should tell you just how important Instagram...
  • Are you using too much of your data plan streaming ??? This new app may be the answer

    Mobile data hogs on data-capped plans have a new option for avoiding massive overage fees if they’ve been bingeing on video, audio, social media, games or other apps.   A new service, Freeway Overpass, gives users on AT&T and Verizon Wireless usage-capped plans the ability to use an unlimited amount of selected data-heavy mobile...
  • This Map App is Sending Everyone in the Wrong Direction!

      Digital maps that dodge traffic jams are saving time for millions of motorists, but they’re also turning some neighborhood streets into headache-inducing escape routes from congested highways. The unsettling side effects of traffic-tackling technology are popping up more frequently as more drivers depend on smartphones equipped with navigation...
  • Apple Has Started to Remove Iranian Apps Over Sanctions

    Apple is removing popular apps from its App Store over U.S. Iranian sanctions. The iPhone maker has in recent weeks removed a slew of Iranian apps from its marketplace, including the popular ride-hailing service Snapp, which operates in the Middle Eastern country, according to The New York Times, which...
  • 7 year old girl asked for nude pics on app

    A creepy pedophile infiltrated a family-friendly music app and used it to get close to a 7-year-old girl and request naked pictures from her, according to the girl’s father. Brad Summer and his daughter downloaded the Musical.ly app on his phone so his daughter could “connect with her cousins and make...
  • The TakeOver: How has Facebook been tracking Snapchats Users!!

      Facebook has been sampling user activity to shape its production and acquisition strategy, spying on its peers’ users, to tune into social media trends and gain a competitive edge over rivals. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook knew that its rival Snap’s (SNAP) flagship app Snapchat was struggling...
  • FaceApp Removes Ethnicity Filters Just Hours After Release!

    On Wednesday, FaceApp released a string of ethnicity filters, such as Asian, Caucasian, Indian, Black and so on, allowing users to change their appearance. However, after massive backlash from users, the feature was discontinued on the same day, but the damage is already done. Image: IMGUR Neural network wasn’t at...
  • Christian app for women who struggle with being single

    The Christian creators of the app “Abide” said they are shocked at the amount of women who are using their app to help them through the struggle of singleness. Neil Ahlsten, CEO of Carpenters Code, a Christian technology company that creates apps that “inspire deeper connection with Christ and...
  • WARNING: Teens taking Blue Whale Challenge, a ‘game’ ending in suicide

    Across the United States parents are being warned about the Blue Whale Challenge – a “game” teenagers are playing that ends in suicide. The 50-day challenge asks participants to complete tasks that range from listening to music to causing self-harm, WKRG reported. To “win” the person is supposed to...