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How to use Robinhood, the popular app rumored to be worth $5.6 billion that lets you trade stocks and cryptocurrencies without paying any fees

Robinhood is an app built around one single promise: no-fee stock and cryptocurrency purchases. Here's what you need to know to get started.

Robinhood, the stock trading app loved by millennial investors and cryptocurrency traders, could soon be a $5.6 billion company

Robinhood is finalizing a new funding round led by DST Global, the firm led by influential Russian billionaire Yuri Miller, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Snapchat’s Maps feature visualized the national student walkouts against gun violence in a stunning way

Snapchat really put the size of the national student walkouts into perspective.

Here’s why you should stop using Venmo, and start using Facebook Messenger for paying back your friends

Venmo claims to be the "social media" of money transfer apps, but is it really that great?
Warren Buffett recommends investing in a low-cost S&P 500 index fund.

Warren Buffett says low-cost investments are essential for the average investor — here’s how much it costs to use 8 common investing ...

One of the most important factors when choosing an investment platform is fees. We compared the costs for 8 popular investing apps.

The science-backed 7-minute fitness routine is a great way to get in shape

The app gets your heart pumping and helps build muscle using interval training, which alternates short and powerful bursts of exercise with periods of rest.
This is what it looked like when you had to manually update apps prior to iOS 7.

I love iPhone apps that actually put effort into explaining their software updates — here are the best and worst offenders

It's worth highlighting developers who are trying to be more transparent with their users.

There’s a new dilemma in modern romance: What to do if your date doesn’t have MoviePass

MoviePass has emerged for millions as a cost-saving mechanism for anyone who frequents the movie theater. But what if your significant other doesn't have it?

Everything you ever wanted to know about MoviePass, the $10-a-month service that lets you see one movie per day in theaters

Though MoviePass has been around since 2011, it didn't break into the mainstream until August 2017. Since then, it has racked up over 2 million subscribers.