You may have noticed the Citi Bike updated their app. Not only did the app get a makeover, but it the new release version introduces new functionality that will make your Citi Bike experience more convenient and easy. With your new upgraded Citi Bike account, here’s some of the latest and greatest improvements the company […]
Your salad dreams may be fulfilled sooner than later. Sweetgreen has been trying to make it easier to get their Harvest Bowl or Cobb salads into your hungry little hands.
I’ve visited Luke’s Lobster several times and only started to really begin to appreciate the fast-casual restaurant’s seafood offerings in my past few experiences at their self-proclaimed “shacks”.
I’ve eaten at The Little Beet a handful of times and only started to really appreciate the fast-casual restaurant’s food in the last few weeks.
I got the message about ads.txt file, too. I didn’t really know what it meant. All I wanted to do is to is remedy it as quickly as possible.
HotelTonight has got good news for those of you that rely on the app as much as you do planning on your calendar.
It’s a cold and rainy evening and you’re in your comfortable house wear or favorite Pokemon pajamas. What’s more perfect than getting hot cheesy pizza delivered to your home while you binge-watch your shows of choice?
Flat out, TodayTix is an awesome app for theatergoers and Broadway fanatics. Their user interface is easy to navigate and makes browsing for shows and purchasing tickets simple.
Did you know that when you’ve accept to split the cost of a Lyft ride with a friend or family member that you’re able to choose how to pay for that specific ride?
Getaround is basically an Airbnb for car owners. Unlike Lyft or Uber, where the owners actually chauffeur you around, Getaround is a person-to-person carsharing service that allows owners to make their personal cars available to rent.
Lyft always gave you the price upfront for Lyft Line rides, but with a new update to their app, they’re finally offers price estimates for all rides.
Listen, I love The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf but for a company with hundreds of locations internationally they really should have had a mobile app many years ago.
Do you like to watch Broadway Shows? Do the long lines outside the theatre halls irritate you?
San Francisco, it is SHOW TIME!
A notification came from the TodayTix app over the weekend announcing that they were increasing their referral bonus up to $20 for the month of March.
A few weeks ago, we wrote about TodayTix cutting their referral credit in half, from $20 to $10 when a new user used a promo code to buy tickets through the app.
When it comes to Broadway tickets, “rush” tickets and Standing Room are great if you can get them, but you can sit in line for hours and walk away empty-handed.
Amazon has been a huge convenience since I moved to New York — their Prime shipping, cheap prices and delivery had Amazon boxes at my doorstep a few times a week.
Considering how far we’ve come with big data, algorithms, and A.I., you would assume that creating a To Do List app would be easy.
Unless you’re talking movies or high-resolution images, five gigabytes is a lot of space. Especially when you’re talking about your mobile phone. That’s why I was surprised to discover recently that Pocket, the read it later mobile app, displayed that the app’s total storage was above 5 GB!
A couple years ago, I was looking for an easier way to manage my phone’s files, ones that didn’t involve connecting through USB. I ultimately went with AirDroid,
Most everyone under the age of 60 has a mobile app or two or 26 downloaded onto their smartphone. We’re well-aware of the cultural phenomenons like consumer apps like Flappy Bird and Candy Crush, but what of apps focused on the business?