Mobile forensics has become extremely important for investigations because of the wealth of evidence available. The mobile apps found on a device are beneficial because of the fact that the data contained in the SQLite database is unencrypted for many mobile applications. Furthermore, deep-linking, which links one application to another application, enables an investigator to pull data from multiple sources while only examining one application. The data available during a static analysis can include contacts, chats, location data pictures, and other important evidence. As discussed, a SQLite database is a relational database that contains a series of tables. A static analysis is not limited to extracting evidence using forensics tools but also includes a review of the application manifest. The application manifest clearly identifies permissions associated with the application, which will help to guide the investigator to look for evidence related to those permissions. A dynamic analysis can assist an investigator in understanding potential third-party evidence, which is based on an app’s connections to DNS servers when executed. Ultimately, these third-party companies can be subpoenaed for further evidence. A dynamic analysis can also determine the location of servers, associated with a mobile application, in terms of helping to identify jurisdiction. In this chapter, we spoke at length about mobile dating apps, which are important because of the extent of personal information available, primarily in the form of social media information. Dating apps are also important because we can also link people together. Grindr is particularly of interest to law enforcement because this dating app has actually been used to perpetrate crimes, especially hate crimes.