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Nassimi and Mor stand to directly rival the success of Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll, founders of HQTrivia.
“I wear my Judaism on my sleeve — and my face for that matter,” said Rogowsky.
The apps’ founders used to be in love. Now they won’t be having Shabbat dinner together anytime soon.
The app has a button to alert emergency contacts, GPS location tracking, and saves insurance information and a medical consent form.
Created by a Jerusalem-born developer, this app studies social profiles for compatibility before matching users.
— The popular dating app Bumble will work with the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Technology and Society for “guidance on identifyi…
Anyone with basic coding skills could obtain the email addresses of Act.il’s users.
— These days there are smartphone applications for pretty much anything, from ordering food to finding a date to reporting anti-Semitic incidents. But what about tools for living a religious Jewish life? Well, there are apps for that, too. Whereas in the time before smartphones, observant Jews may have had to ask their rabbis certain…
An app lets users light a virtual yahrzeit candle for Yom HaShoah.