Don't give Hooli any ideas! Silicon Valley returns to HBO on Sunday, April 24, and stars Thomas Middleditch, Martin Starr and Zach Woods tell Us Weekly exclusively which apps they're currently using — including one that brings strangers into your home to give you a massage.
Middleditch, who plays Richard in the Emmy-winning comedy about the bumbling team of computer coders behind internet startup Pied Piper, tells Us he's been an "avid, almost addictive" gamer since the 1980s. He isn't as passionate about apps, although he does cop to being a big Instagram fan.
Starr (Gilfoyle) praises Flowstate, a writing app that discourages procrastination by deleting everything that has been created if the user stops typing for five seconds.
"I find it easy to get distracted when I sit down to write, and this app helps me focus for as little as five to 10 minutes at a time," the Freaks and Geeks alum explains. "It's also great at helping me to keep a consistent stream of consciousness while writing."
Meanwhile, Woods (Jared) is an advocate of the massage-therapy app Soothe. It sends fully licensed and background-checked therapists to your home to provide a range of massages, from Swedish to deep tissue. And the actor is amused by the fact that he has known so little about the people who have come over, not even their last names.
"It's a great app because you get all the relaxation of a massage with the added suspense of possibly being murdered in your own home," the Office vet quips.
Silicon Valley's season 3 premiere airs on HBO Sunday, April 24, at 10 p.m. ET.
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