Apps are one of technology's greatest inventions.
They're so easy to use that even a halfwit with shears for hands can discover tomorrow's weather or the latest broccoli restaurant in Brooklyn. (It's called Broccolyn. Surely you've been there.)
Sometimes, though, an app's fluid simplicity can sail you into dangerous waters, such as allowing a 14-month-old little girl buy a car.
Sorella Stoute, the toddler in question, was just being a curious toddler when she played with her dad's smartphone.