In an era dominated by technology, the demand for mobile app development in various sectors, including healthcare, has witnessed an exponential rise.
There are challenges that are solved by diverse types of wellness applications.
Smartphone apps often have the answer to many of our pressing, daily questions.
One of the most popular dating apps, Tinder, has more than 75 million active users as of now. It is used worldwide by individuals.
- Cyberpsychology & Technology
There are now health apps for everything from tracking our steps to monitoring our diets.
Contrary to popular belief less than one in 100 cases of Alzheimer’s is caused by genes, and risk factors can be identified from age 35.
TechShielder has set out to discover which popular communication, social, and entertainment apps are the most likely to be hacked.
If you’re a parent of a young child in the UK in 2022, there’s a one in five chance that your child will develop a mental illness.
The NHS App is helping to reduce travel to GP practices with an average of 22,000 car journeys saved every month.
There is not one universal way to take care of your mental health, but doing so will definitely improve your quality of life.
MindFi delivers 24/7 guided self-care programmes, community forums and group therapy, and intelligent matching with diverse coaches and therapists
In the era of smartphones, we can now manage and even improve our health on our handheld devices.
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A Coventry University student has designed an app that aims to make it easier for people with specific dietary requirements to know what food they can eat.
The progress of technology brings positive changes in our daily lives. In this period, the most comfortable living conditions are available to everyone.
Apps like Calm and Headspace are focused on helping people feel comforted through their relaxing content.