apps

We’re All Inadvertently Sharing Our Personal Data and Crimes on Venmo

As much fun as it is to pay our friends for their mother’s services last night, a new study suggests we should all reign it in for the sake of our digital and financial privacy

Depressed or Anxious? There Might Not Be an App for That After All

A new massive review of scientific evidence suggests that mental health apps aren’t as effective as we hoped — not yet at least

My Week of Dinners With TooGoodToGo, the Restaurant Leftovers App

Forty percent of food from restaurants and grocery stores is thrown out before it’s consumed. TooGoodToGo will pick up that food for you, bag it and drop it off at your house for under $5. Here’s what happened when I gave it a try

The CrimeDoor App Is the Absolute Worst of True Crime

Could anything be more grotesque than profiting off virtual death tours of the tragic murder scenes of everyone from John Lennon to Nicole Brown-Simpson to Jesus Christ himself?