Taxies are still your only choice in St. Louis, which is now the largest city in the country without any ride-sharing services, and Uber and Lyft are all the rage across the country.
Introduced late last week, the ACLU’s new “Mobile Justice” app has already been downloaded up to 1,000 times, according to executive director Jeffrey Mittman.
A ride-sharing app launches tonight, but with a close eye on them by the police department.
The department is using a $1 million federal grant it received in 2011 to provide city firefighters with technology on the scene.
Wish there was a way to predict when a “snow day” will occur? Three northern Illinois teenagers have created a phone app that helps do just that and it’s been getting some buzz.
Spokesman Paul Wagman tells KMOX News that the free download knows where you are in the garden and which piece of art you’re closest to.
See a crime, send anonymous info to police in a flash.
A recent poll suggests that over half of Americans using applications – or “apps” – on their smartphones will either avoid certain apps or uninstall others due to privacy concerns.
And it’s free on iTunes.
Smartphone application calculates your blood alcohol content, or BAC.