The rise of technological advancements, especially in the form of smartphones and apps, has changed the way we do many things. Unfortunately, this has also had an impact on the behavior of children, with an increase in bullying and violence in schools in recent years. To combat this, many schools have started to use anti-bullying and violence apps, designed to help protect students, mitigate the problem and foster a safe environment. Unfortunately, the effectiveness of such apps is still unknown. To some extent, it is difficult to accurately measure how successful an app really is as its impact cannot be easily monitored or observed. The majority of students also appear hesitant to make use of the apps, suggesting that they may not be seen as an effective and useful tool. Therefore, it is very difficult for schools to measure the impact and success of these apps and identify whether they are working or not. However, despite this, recent research has suggested that there are some potential benefits of using anti-violence and bullying apps in schools. Most importantly, it appears that these apps are able to raise awareness of the issue of bullying and violence. This can help to inform students and staff of what is acceptable behaviour in the school environment, which could have a positive effect on the overall attitude and culture of the school. Furthermore, the apps are designed to create a safe space where students can report incidents of bullying or violence, thus providing more protection to those who may be victims of such behaviour. Overall, while it is difficult to measure the exact impact and success of anti-bullying and violence apps, it appears that they may have the potential to create a safer environment in schools and raise awareness of the issue. It is important that such apps are used in conjunction with other measures, such as counseling and education, in order to tackle the issue of bullying and violence in an effective manner. While the effectiveness of these apps is still largely unknown, they could help encourage schools to explore new methods of tackling this growing problem.