July 13, 2016

PsyberGuide (PG) concluded an agreement with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) today to enhance and improve the unbiased ratings of products listed on the PG website. Researchers at QUT, including Stoyan Stoyanov, have developed and tested the Mobile App Rating Scale (MARS) and have used it in several prior publications seeking to improve quality assessments of health-related mobile apps. Under the terms of the current grant, the QUT team will provide MARS ratings from at least two raters for the products on the PG site. In cases where there is not good agreement between the two raters, a process will be established to achieve a consensus rating. The PG team is confident that the completion of the MARS ratings for all products will help us achieve the goal of providing sufficient detail on all products to inform consumer choice when searching for software and apps related to mental health.

One Mind Psyberguide Update
Thank you for your interest in One Mind PsyberGuide. Due to a loss of funding, we are no longer updating or maintaining the One Mind PsyberGuide website. Reviews have been updated as of the last date indicated on each review. Other activities at One Mind PsyberGuide stopped in June 2023. We hope this website can still serve as a resource for those interested in using technology to support people and their mental health. We thank everyone for their support of One Mind PsyberGuide over the years.