Chart-topping social apps like BeReal don’t always have a long shelf life.
Why are our weather apps often so inaccurate? Weather’s complex.
The once high-flying Groupon is mounting a comeback under a new interim CEO.
The co-founders of Instagram are back with Artifact, an AI-powered newsreader.
The videoconferencing app is taking on Microsoft Office and Google.
Apps are supposed to make life easier, but they’re stressing employees out.
The anonymous app for teens just took over the top spot in the App Store.
Spaces is a place where queer people can connect online without fear of harassment.
Workers are turning to Slack’s communities to find their next job.
On-demand personal chef platforms are on the rise as customers crave special experiences at home.
If you’re looking for a life partner, the app might be the best bang for your buck.
Publishers are pulling their apps from Russia’s App Store left and right.
TikTok’s parent company has a secret weapon to building viral products — organizational structure.
Two Seattle moms have partnered on a map platform. The idea began with trick-or-treating.
Tinder has found success with interactive story games that let people make choices, then match with similar players.
Squire, a $750m barbershop booking app, is on the cusp of unicorn status and proving barbershops are big business.
Jokr promises 15-minute grocery delivery. Unlike similar services, its delivery people are full-time employees.
Robinhood is on pace for $2B+ in sales in 2021 and is eyeing a $40B+ valuation.
Duolingo was last valued at $2.4B. Based on revenue and growth metrics, its IPO valuation should be higher.
VR is still searching for a “killer app.” Is mindfulness and meditation the answer?
California has a new digital vaccine card, while New York uses the Excelsior Pass. Neither may matter if vaccination rates continue to rise.
London-based artist Stacie McCormick founded Fair Art Fair, which she calls the “Tinder for artists and collectors.”
To woo Gen Z daters, Tinder will let users upload videos to their profile and roll out a number of digital shared experiences.
Coinbase Ventures has invested in 100+ startups (most in the crypto space).
Snack, a video-first dating app, is changing how younger generations date. Less pressure, more casual flirtation.
For years, messaging apps have focused on user growth. Now -- with billions of users -- they’re looking to monetize.
Bumble is about to IPO. Will the markets give it credit for its growth and mission to empower women in dating?