To counter the tidal wave of self-portraits, this anti-selfie app, SLMMSK, is using facial recognition to wipe that grin off of your face.
The iPhone app Thunderstorm lets users create “tweetstorms” with an easy-to-use interface.
To combat the onslaught of teen sexts, the Ontario Police is hoping to offer a humorous solution.
Ridesharing apps can create some extremely personal interactions — nearly as personal as getting a piggyback ride from a random stranger on the Internet.
Competition is growing for emoji-based apps — the latest addition is Emojicate, another social app for communicating using only image-based characters.
The dog days of summer are here, and so is this giveaway from Amazon: a package of 30 apps worth well over $100.
The app may not be profitable yet, but it’s clear that IAC is working on turning its “rising star” into a money-maker.
Using location triangulation, drones can be used for search-and-rescue missions after natural disasters.
Take the Internet’s favorite animal and turn it into the world’s most annoying troll: Introducing, Cat Facts, an old Reddit prank that is now available as an app.
There might not be a lot of every day utility to Homer, but if you’re an app aficionado, it’s the perfect app to share apps.