A mobile app intended to bring people together in real life has created a firestorm of controversy and fear. "IRL", or "In Real Life" encourages its users to send anonymous text messages to their contacts. Facebook posts about these text messages have been shared 25-thousand times which claims the messages are from a sex trafficking ring and that anyone who clicks the attached link will have their phone tracked and that girls are disappearing just by using the app.
If you're among the fortunate folks who can pack a bag and head out of town at a moment's notice, you should check out the app "Hitlist". It's not just another travel app that locates good deals on airfare, it goes a little farther.
The most popular podcast in the history of podcasting has announced it is coming back for a 3rd season. "Serial", produced by WBEZ in Chicago released season one in 2014. It told the story of the murder of 18-year-old Hae Min Lee in 1999. Her boyfriend, Adnan Syed was convicted of the murder and was serving a sentence in a Maryland prison.
Email drafting is sneaky and before you say we're just telling people how to do it, I can tell you it's being used by cheating spouses, teenagers, and people breaking the law. It allows for two people to email each other with practically no chance of getting caught. Here's how it works:
A viewer sent me an email recently asking if I was familiar with the app Recolor. It's one of those apps that lets you color pictures by swiping or tapping your finger across the screen. I've reviewed several of these apps in the past but have not used Recolor. I knew that it was one of the most popular coloring book apps in Apple's App Store and the Google Play Store.
iPhone rumors are usually a highlight of late summer and this year is no exception. Apple sent out invitations for an event on Sept. 12 in which we believe Tim Cook will introduce new iPhones, new Apple Watch and new iPad Pros. The challenge is trying to guess what those new devices will be like.
When was the last time you looked at your Contacts app on your iPhone? Do you have hundreds or thousands of names, addresses and phone numbers? Chances are good that some of the contacts you no longer need or want. Some you may not even recognize. Some may only include a name with no phone number or email. Why are they there? Because it's too difficult to get rid of them.
MoviePass, the movie subscription service people love to hate is rolling out its latest dramatic changes. The change goes into effect when a member's monthly subscription renews and that's happening for most members this week. So what's it like? It's great except when it isn't.