Posted by Press Releases | Mar 07, 2011 | Comments 0
Revere, Massachusetts – James Hollender, recipient of a Presidential Commendation and author of 14 apps currently in the iTunes App Store, is seeking a full-time, permanent position in the Greater Boston area. His published apps include 9 nutrition apps based on the USDA National Nutrient Database: iCals, iCarbs, iCholesterol, iFiber, iProteins, iSatFat, iSugars, Vitamin K and iCals Lite; 4 versions of the EZeeCalc – “A Simple, Yet Powerful, Calculator for the Rest of Us!” (EZeeCalc & EZeeCalc Lite for iPhone and EZeeCalc XL & EZeeCalc XL Lite for the iPad); the official app for the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA; plus several non-published, prototype apps for two startup companies which aid them in securing clients and/or funding. Additional information concerning the published apps are available online.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 04, 2010 | Comments 0
Boston has developed not one but two apps to allow its citizens to report on potholes and other city issues. Citizens Connect is an iPhone app that was developed late last year by the city that enables locals to report graffiti, potholes, broken streetlights, and other urban issues in the Boston area.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Mar 03, 2010 | Comments 1
The City of Boston, located in the United States for our International Users, was the first city to offer an app that allows users to report anything that needs servicing. Their Citizens Connect App, will be receiving an update soon using Boston Urban Mechanic Profiler which they made their own acrostic, but is just the name of the company providing the service, Bump Technologies. The update will allow you to bump your problems to any city officials, The City of Boston is trying to give the technology to everybody of the service crews, but that is far off.