apps

Every Social Media App Is Turning Into Snapchat, So Get Used To Short-Lived Videos

Facebook’s insecure and desperate attempt to rip off the successful elements of Snapchat is such a flailing sad teen move, they haven’t even attempted to make it seem otherwise. More »


5 Apps To Help You Get Through The 2016 Election In One Piece

Since the U.S. hasn’t implemented online voting (yet) and you will have to actually go and vote Nov. 8, it’s best to make life as easy as possible until then by making your phone do all the work. More »


Spot On Is The Period Tracker That’s Not Trying To Get You Pregnant, Thank God

Would you like to better be able to predict the arrival of your seething, murderous cramps? Are you curious about the relationship between your birth control and your period? Are you so not interested in being pregnant (now or ever)? Are you averse to the pink and flowery nature of your current birth control app? More »


Finally, An App For Bad Boyfriends To Buy Their Way To Love!!

Imagine you are a very important man, working on very important man things. You know, like fixing that bike you bought in 2014, or running a startup out of  your basement or brewing craft beer created with the yeast from your pubic hair. You know, super important dude stuff. Stuff that precludes you from being… More »


New Domino’s App Will Order Pizza For You, No Effort Or Human Contact Required

When you open the app, it orders you a pizza. There is no downside to this. More »


7 Apps You Should Download To Help Boost Your Bedroom Performance

Nowadays, there’s an app for everything — and your sex life is no exception.

Yep, that same mobile device you rely on to treat yourself to food deliveries, troll social media sites and monitor how much dough is in your bank account can also be used to help you have better sex. From… More »


Want To Know Who Unfriended You On Facebook? There’s An App For That

Who Deleted Me will show you who’s missing from your friends list since your last login, but do we really want to know? More »


Donald Rumsfeld’s Only Lesson From Churchill Was How To Make A Solitaire App

“I’ve done business, politics, and war. Now I’m trying my hand at mobile gaming,” Rumsfeld wrote of his new endeavor. More »


There’s A Period-Tracking App For Men Who Want To Avoid “Getting Grief”

Eye-roll into space. More »


Handy New App Polices All Your “Unprofessional” Ladyspeak

How are you failing at writing an email today? More »


Online Female Sex Addiction: A Problem Largely Underdiagnosed

Women are a lot less likely to come forward with their sex addictions because of stigma, and will often be misdiagnosed as merely “craving validation,” rather than having a full-blown sex addiction. More »


The Breakup Shop Will Do The Dumping So You Don’t Have To

Throw money at the problem, as the old saying goes, and pay someone else to break up with your BF/GF for you – it’s a neat way to skirt responsibility and adulthood! More »


Thoroughly Creep Yourself Out And Cure Your Insatiable Loneliness With Morning Man Alarm Clock

“It’s time to wake up, my love. … It’s time to wake up my love. … It’s time to wake up my love. … It’s time to wake up my love. … It’s time wo wake up, my love…” More »


New App ‘Tinder For Threesomes,’ 3nder Gets $500K Investment

The London based startup company 3nder, pronounced “Thrinder” has raised $500,000 in seed capital from a pair of unnamed investors.

Since 3nder’s mid-2014 launch, nearly 1 million users have downloaded the iOS app in search of more alternative hookup choices.

The money will help improve the app’s capabilities (viagra not included)… More »


First, There Was Lulu: What Peeple Has Yet To Learn About The Business Of Reviewing Human Beings

As we were all losing our minds over the yet-to-be-released Peeple app, the makers of Lulu had to be feeling at least a little bit of déjà vu. After all, the business of reviewing people has been in question since their app came out in 2013. Since coping with the controversy surrounding their human reviews — specifically,… More »


Dangerous: The Starbucks App Now Lets You Order And Pay Ahead Of Time

Uh oh: Just in time for PSL season, Starbucks has launched a new feature on the Starbucks app that lets you order and pay for your drink ahead of time, alerting you when it’s ready and letting you skip the line.

The feature was tested in Portland, and not atMore »


Khloe Kardashian’s Got A Way With Oreos That Is Both Awe-Inspiring And Horrifying

The Kardashian Krew — minus Kourtney — released their own personal apps this week, full of brand new kontent, videos, klips and ephemera, providing their ardent fans with an inside look at whatever happens that they don’t show on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” If you want the apps, you can get them on iTunes. If… More »


‘Bar Roulette’ App Sends You To A Top Rated Surprise Bar In Your Nabe

Ever have the urge to be magically transported to a mystery drinking establishment so that you can feel like you’re waking up from a blackout but like, in reverse? Well then, here is the app for you!

The cool new app was built by Tyler Swartz and takes info from Yelp and then… More »


We-Consent, The App Which Records “Proof” Of Mutual Consent, Misses The Point

I’m a big believer in enthusiastic consent. I’m only down to fuck people who are clearly down to fuck me, either because they have communicated that verbally or with indisputable consenting body language. I expect my partners to be similarly attentive to my words and body language, and what those cues say about my desire. Should a… More »


“Anonymously Ask A Black Person” Is An App That Purports To Break Down Barriers When It Comes To Race

Do you have burning questions that you’ve always wanted to ask black people but are too afraid to do so? Do you have zero black friends, but desperately need the answers to very important questions that only a black person could — and should — answer? Thankfully, now there’s an app for that. As reportedMore »


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