Virginia based RITLabs introduces sParking 1.0, their new navigational app for iOS devices. Short for “simple parking”, sParking was developed specifically to help you park your car into the garage easily and accurately. Users print the parking markers and to stick them to the wall or ceiling. By filling in a few simple steps in the included wizard, the next time you approach to the parking spot, an audio indicator allows you to park and not to be distracted while driving the car.
Massachusetts based iStormApps today released Honk 1.0, an App for iPhone/iPad to help users avoid parking tickets and find their car. While in the background, Honk displays the minute-by-minute update of the remaining time. It also features a smooth handwriting memo and super-imposed photo to mark the parking spot. Honk automatically records the GPS location and offers convenient self-orienting map. Swipe. Scribble. And Quit. Parking has never been this fun! Honk if you agree.
Mobile Parking Apps, LLC. today released its fifth location-based city parking application for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The new application is for Los Angeles, with Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, and Seattle apps already existing. Each app provides invaluable, detailed information for on and off street parking, gas stations, real-time traffic, and public transportation within a specific city. The apps make it easy for users to find locations and compare prices.