We’ll admit it, we don’t ride the bus…ever. We tried once to figure out where to get picked up, where to ride, and how long it’ll take, and we ended up crying on the floor of Port Authority.

 

No worries, Citymapper will show you the buses in your area, where they go, and how often they arrive. From all of us used to dealing with subway delays, thank you.

 

We’ll be honest, we might have a slight vanity issue with our hair. That’s why when we saw the Citymapper Rain Safe routing, we were ecstatic.

 

Gone are the days of awkward umbrella carrying and drenched raincoats. Thank you Citymapper.

CITYMAPPER

With numerous accolades and tens of thousands of downloads, it’s hard to say anything about Citymapper that hasn’t already been said.

 

The self-proclaimed “Ultimate Transport App” burst onto the scene, winning the MTA App Quest competition in 2013, and the heart of many a commuter. With this in mind, we’ve decided to highlight a few of the key features that have made Citymapper as a must-have in the phone of every New Yorker.

CITYMAPPER

Transportation - Down to a Tee

Physical maps disappeared with the concept of retirement savings in the late 90’s. Unfortunately for those underground without internet access, this can be a bit of a problem.That’s why we love that Citymapper downloads all of the NYC MTA Apps for offline use automatically.

 

This one’s crucial for us, an app that works offline, so simple…so desperately necessary.

2. Use The Freakin Bus

 

We’ll admit it, we don’t ride the bus…ever. We tried once to figure where to get picked up, where to ride, and how long it’ll take, and we ended up crying on the floor of Port Authority.

 

No worries, Citymapper will show you the buses in your area, where they go, and how often they arrive. From all of used to dealing with subway delays, thank you.

Transportation - Down to a Tee​

1. Know Where You Stand

2. Use the Freaking Bus

3. My Hair (Rain-Free Trip)

4. Offline Maps

As New Yorkers, the immediate draw to the app starts with the Best Section feature, which tells you what part of the train to get on in order to most conveniently exit the platform.

 

No longer must young transplants covet the knowledge of long-time residents who seem to inexplicably know where to stand in every station of the city.​

3. My Hair (Rain-Free Trip)

1. Know Where You Stand

 

As New Yorkers, the immediate draw to the app starts with the Best Section feature, which tells you what part of the train to get on in order to most conveniently exit the platform. No longer must young transplants covet the knowledge of long-time residents who seem to inexplicably know where to stand in every station of the city.

2. My Hair (Rain-Free Trip)

 

We’ll be honest, we might have a slight vanity issue with our hair. That’s why when we saw the Citymapper Rain Safe routing, we were ecstatic. Gone are the days of awkward umbrella carrying and drenched raincoats. Thank you Citymapper.

4. Offline Maps

 

Physical maps disappeared with the concept of retirement savings in the late 90’s. Unfortunately for those underground without internet access, this can be a bit of a problem.That’s why we love that Citymapper downloads all of the NYC MTA Apps for offline use automatically.

 

This one’s crucial for us, an app that works offline, so simple…so desperately necessary.

The Lessons of Theranos

Steve Jobs. Mark Zuckerberg. Elizabeth Holmes. Extremely similar people at first glance: all dropped out of prestigious colleges in order to make their new-founded idea, be it a social media platform or a technological innovation, a reality that would ultimately change the human condition.

Difference? Elizabeth Holmes’ initiative was an absolute fraud.

Airbnb & Turo: Redefining the Business Meeting

It has been a long busy and otherwise grueling last five days at the office, complete with a manic Monday, tumultuous Tuesday and Thursday, wacky Wednesday, and a freaky Friday, and you’re thankful that the weekend and the end of the workweek are finally within sight. But still, an incalculable number of projects and other tedious tasks lie just ahead before the week finally comes to an end

Three Ed-Tech Companies Paving the Way for the Future of Education

It is an interesting and fascinating fact that our society often calls upon our collegiate students to come up with innovative, creative, and practical viable solutions to everyday problems; inspiring them to dare to think differently, or outside of the box, when the harsh reality creates for a sort of paradoxical situation where the very institution or educational system in and of itself has for the most part remained unchanged throughout the years.

Why A Social Media Presence Is Crucial For Your Startup



It was February 2004 in Cambridge, Massachusetts when Mark Zuckerberg and a handful of Harvard collegiate students founded the social media conglomerate that is Facebook, under the visionary premise to make the world a more open and connected place.

Cryzen: Algorithmic Trading Gets Democratized

Managing cryptocurrency market trades doesn’t have to be cryptic - or time consuming. The team at Cryzen is on the fast track to integrating machine learning and custom algorithms to investors of the cryptocurrency market, all while hosting a XEN token bounty program that supports learning coding.

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Check out their app at Citymapper.com

Citymapper: 

Transportation -- Down to a Tee

With numerous accolades and tens of thousands of downloads, it’s hard to say anything about Citymapper that hasn’t already been said.

 

The self-proclaimed “Ultimate Transport App” burst onto the scene, winning the MTA App Quest competition in 2013, and the heart of many a commuter. With this in mind, we’ve decided to highlight a few of the key features that have made Citymapper as a must-have in the phone of every New Yorker.