New York City

iPhone and iPad apps tagged "New York City."


Justyourtrip New York Turns Your iPhone into a Tour Guide

Justyourtrip New York Turns Your iPhone into a Tour Guide

The rough economy has definitely made its mark on travel. One solution to the problem of not having all that much money has been the infinitely depressing “staycation.” The other, better way to do it is to make traveling a lot cheaper.

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Put Manhattan's SOHO Shopping District in Your Pocket

SOHOinmypocket, from AppFury, LLC, is a straightforward directory and location-aware navigation app that informs you of what’s around you and how to get there. In this case, it’s New York City’s famed SOHO and NoLita districts, a 50-block area of Manhattan replete with restaurants, galleries,  funky little shops and other retail outlets.

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Not For Tourists Manhattan City Guide Debuts in App Store

I don’t live in New York, but if I did or were to travel there, I would have no qualms about taking along the Not For Tourists Manhattan City Guide on my iPhone. If you’ve ever seen the Not For Tourists book series, the comprehensive award-winning city guides available for several US cities, including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and Washington D.C., as well as one for London, then you are already familiar with the Not For Tourists style.

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Not for Tourists Wants Your Videos to Pump Its New York City App

Not for Tourists is looking to promote the forthcoming launch of Not for Tourists Manhattan, NFT's first iPhone app. NFT will dish out $500 to the person who submits the best marketing video to pimp NFT's first iPhone app, the company says.

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Get Addicted to Candy Wars

Get Addicted to Candy Wars

Prohibition 3: Candy Wars is the latest in the banned-substance series from Catamount Software. Apple rejected Prohibition 2: The Dope Wars due to its seemingly objectionable content, so the developers decided to go with a far more mundane, but perhaps just as addictive, topic for reworking the game — candy.

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Interview with Rusty Ross of Squaresville

AppCraver recently spoke with Rusty Ross, the developer behind Squaresville. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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