10 essential apps that make life easier in NYC, from how to exit the most efficiently, getting virtually anything delivered, finding coffee +Wifi together.
We're excited to announce our new partnership with the neighborhood discovery app, Foursquare where you can get Untapped Cities tips on the go via smartphone.
With the new iPhone app "Brooklyn 1776," users return to Revolutionary War Era NYC and fight for survival in the Battle of Brooklyn using mapmaking strategies.
Popular Pays is an app that rewards Instagrammers with perks for taking photographs of businesses, with locations unlocked based on the number of followers
"How to Speak New York" a web tool by the WNYC Data News Team shows us how pronounce some difficult words like Kosciuszko Bridge, Spuyten Duyvil and Zabar's.
New app, Explore NYC Parks, aggregates data from city, state, national, private parks and helps you discover new parks based on amenities and events
NO AD, an app developed by street art enthusiasts turns the underground NYC subway system into a digital arts space by replacing ads with street art and videos
Tunnel Vision, a new iPhone app gives users access to real-time visual statistics by simply capturing the image of a NYC subway map on an iPhone
The Sonnet Project site is a growing archive of videos for Shakespeare's sonnets, growing by about 2 videos per week.
In this op-ed from Runkeeper, Margaret McKenna shares how beautiful data visualizations, like NYC running maps, can distort the truth.