Can't find parking? Check your phone.

A new iPhone app allows users to report when they leave a spot, for other drivers to see.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
November 17, 2010 13:47

 
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TweetPark allows iPhone users to report when they leave a parking spot in Tel Aviv, so those looking for a space can see the report on a map of the area.


There are already 2500 users of the application, and 400 to 500 reports a day, since its release last September.


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