UPDATE: Get the 2015 Dangerous Apps List You may be thinking your kids are downloading apps because they are just a simple way for them to keep in contact with their friends.This is certainly true for most kids, but unfortunately, even innocent use of most of these apps can land a kid in a situation he/she never intended to be in.When leaving your car in a parking deck, pick the color or number associated with the deck level to pinpoint your location.The aging process often affects memory, frustrating seniors who make great efforts to stay mentally active.Users can rate profiles and find potential hook-ups via GPS location tracking. The good news is, this app pulls information from user’s Facebook profiles, so it is more authenticated than other apps.Problem: It is easy for adults and minors to find one another.
Park ‘n’ Forget helps you remember where you parked your car and even monitors the amount of time spent in metered parking spots.
(Ad Age.com) -- When Jackie Huba and David Armano got into a heated Twitter debate about Skittles' social-media home page switch last year -- she called it a "stunt," he said it was "remarkable" -- she invited him onto Oo Voo to hash it out. That's far longer than any 140-character tete-e-tete would likely sustain, and it was more revealing, offering debaters facial expressions and real-time conversation. Huba, author of "Citizen Marketing: When People Are the Message," fueling Oo Voo.
A growing number of consumers are using video chat in conjunction with social networking to keep in touch with family and friends to hold video conferences.
Here are some potentially dangerous apps that are popular among kids: 1.
Tinder: An app that is used for hooking-up and dating.