When Matt Hancock released the ‘Matt Hancock app’ this month, there was much mockery from his critics. While some found the idea of a personal app egocentric, others queried whether the Culture Secretary’s app was in breach of data protection laws.
Now thanks to the latest register of interests it’s possible to know what the app is worth in real terms. It turns out that the app cost a whole £6,000 to make and maintain (per annum):
Well, at least it hasn’t cost Hancock – or the taxpayer – a penny. The app services were a donation from Disciple Media.