Glow — the super-hyped get-pregnant-now app — announced a $6 million funding round today, the same day it hit the app store.
PokitDok, Caremerge, MangoHealth, Asthmapolis, and Allayo are our picks for HealthBeat 2013′s 5 coolest consumer apps.
Editor’s Pick The app scans your face into a 3D image and allows you to see how glasses would really look on your face.
Sometimes, you just have to say wow.
Imagine this scenario: Your babysitter needs $40 so she can pay for a taxi home, but you spent all your cash at dinner.
A company called Akimbo has developed a solution to this type of problem.
Google already has five of the six most popular apps in America, with Google Maps, Search, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Play. But that is apparently not enough for the search-and-mobile-and-everything giant.
Free tonight and feeling courageous enough for a blind date? A new app called “Crazy Blind Date” will match you with a mysterious stranger.
Six months ago, Google says, it started working on a new Gmail app for iPhone and iPad. That’s a long time, but Gmail fans who can’t part with their gorgeous Apple hardware will probably think it’s worth the wait.
Today, the fashion-tech startup has launched its iPhone app, with an Android and tablet offering on the way.
Editor’s Pick Most new social-local apps are a bore, frankly. But most don’t have a CEO who did a couple of tours of duty in Desert Storm, was a chief mechanic for a NASCAR team, and then, after selling a startup, went back to study at MIT.
Android has Field Trip, an app that connects you to interesting sights and information, wherever you are. Now iPhone has Wanderous.
Facebook’s new iOS app is better, faster, and rebuilt from the ground up for your poking pleasure! Gee, whiz! But that’s only one side of the story.
Lumosity has raised $31.5 million from Discovery Communications, bringing its total funding to $70 million.
Ford not only unveiled its first all-electric car today – check out VB writer Sean Ludwig’s test drive with the new vehicle) – but the company also announced a new mobile app to help keep the car charged: MyFord Mobile for iPhone.
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Who hasn’t wandered around a Safeway googling “kale recipe” or “what is a stinging nettle?” on their smartphone? Edamam is a new food-search site and mobile app that hopes to make navigating all that edible data faster, and choosing healthy food easier.
WebMobi, a new mobile application builder for businesses, has added integration with online storage provider Box to easily collect customer information.
The other night, over a heated (ha ha) conversation about soup, a new acquaintance asked me, “So, what’s the best soup in San Francisco?”
Is there such a thing as being too organized? A new to-do app called Clear aims to cut down on the amount of time you spend managing to-do lists so that you can actually, well, do things. The app is being demoed for the first time Thursday at the Macworld/iWorld expo in San Francisco.
Airbnb, the website that lets you turn your house into a nightly hotel, introduced its Android application today, along with a new mobile website.
Game maker Activision Blizzard is finally launching a mobile app for its Call of Duty Elite service. Now fans of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 can engage with the game and the social networking service built around it via the iPhone, starting on Tuesday.
ShopSavvy, a barcode scanning startup with applications for the iPhone and Android devices, is making the mobile shopping experience more social and ramping up hiring, thanks to $7 million in fresh funding.
A new food-focused app called Forkly brings the discovery of delicious dishes to center stage — and it’s a beautiful stage, indeed. The app, which is currently on the iPhone but coming soon to Android, is the latest venture from Brady Becker and Martin May, formerly known as the founders of location-based service Brightkite.
Cabana, an online service that lets developers quickly create a mobile application for the iPhone or other mobile devices, announced today that it is coming out of beta at the Launch conference in San Francisco.
SoGeo, a service that collects and analyzes location data for users, today announced the launch of Whatser. It’s a free mobile application that suggests where to go based on places that you like and that your friends like.
The social news site Digg has finally released a homegrown iPhone application, which gives iPhone users a faster and more elegant alternative to the Digg mobile website.