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Fintech app development: 6 ways to delight your users 

Fintech apps are changing users’ relationships with money. Whether your users are freelancers, amateur investors or just trying to gain more control over their finances, fintech apps offer new and innovative ways to move, save, and invest funds.

If you’re a fintech app developer, chances are your users are looking to you to help them make their financial lives easier. Popular apps like Twine help users automatically move money into a savings account to achieve financial goals or build emergency funds, and apps like Steady help string together payments from multiple sources to help paint a detailed picture of a freelancer’s income.


Emotional fitness app FIKA announces three corporate partner openings

Fika hopes to combat mental illness through app-based proactive emotional exercise Fika has announced three openings for corporate partners as it rolls out its new app-based emotional fitness tool across UK universities. The Fika app helps young people build confidence, emotional resilience, empathy and interpersonal skills to help them at university and in the world… Read More


IoT smartphone apps ripe for breaches, say researchers

Researchers in the US and Brazil who comprehensively reviewed the security policies of IoT companion apps claim half of them are potentially vulnerable to security exploits, an estimate they say is “conservative” IoT security is a hot topic, and to be truthful has been for some time. We’ve seen the figures about attempted breaches, ignorance… Read More


Trend Micro apps found to be secretly harvesting data

Apple has had to investigate a series of apps hosted on its App Store, after it was revealed that the apps were making copies of user data. Dr. Cleaner Pro, Dr. Cleaner, Dr. Unarchiver, Dr. Antivirus, Dr. Battery, and Duplicate Finder, made by Trend Micro, Inc. were investigated by Apple which later removed Dr. Unarchiver… Read More


Accuweather found to be sharing location data without users’ permission

Accuweather has been found to be sending location data even when the user has turned off location sharing. The weather app, one of the most popular for iOS, ostensibly collects location data in order to be able to send users localised weather reports and updates. When doing so, it also sends some information to a… Read More



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