Canadian iPhone Apps of the Week

Posted by Rob Lewis

At Techvibes we receive press releases from developers, companies and associations announcing that they have launched a new iPhone App on a daily basis. While some apps are completely commercial in nature, there are some great ones that just don't get the attention they deserve.

Every Friday Techvibes highlights new iPhone Apps that we've heard about. This week we've got two apps to tell you about - one that will help you tattle on illegally parked cars and another that will end your coupon clipping days.

Parking Mobility - The Parking Mobility App enables you to report when a car is parked in a disabled parking spot without proper identification (disability placard or licence plate) and the information is shared with your city for enforcement.

Clip Mobile Coupons - Clip allows you to search, save and redeem special offers from your favourite merchants and restaurants using your smartphone. The app does all the work - it finds deals and coupons based on your location in seconds. Never forget coupons at home or have a wallet stuffed with paper coupons.

If you have an iPhone App built in Canada or built for Canadians, fire us a note and we'll be sure to profile it in an upcoming Canadian iPhone Apps of the Week post.

Company:
Clip Mobile
Website:
http://www.getclip.ca
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Clip Mobile is an interactive mobile marketing firm located in Toronto. Our goal is to improve the lifestyle of Canadian consumers and challenge traditional business models through innovative uses of mobile technology. Location-based mobile coupons are a simple and effective way for consumers to save money on-the-go. Merchants are able to provide relevant and timely communications with customers at their closest... more

Company:
Parking Mobility
Website:
http://www.parkingmobility.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Parking Mobility was born from the need to ensure accessible parking for people with disabilities. Parking Mobility enables users to report when a car is parked without a disability placard with their mobile phones. The user takes a number of pictures of the car and then submits them using their phone. Parking Mobility takes these photos and combines it with some other data that we capture and give this to the... more


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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more




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