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.

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.

4 AI Solutions for Fast-Growing Startups

Artificial intelligence has been progressing rapidly since the coining of the term in 1956. Less than a century later, it is not uncommon to find AI systems, such as the Google Home, in the workplace, and similar AI have been present on phones in the forms of Siri and Google Assistant.



Implementing AI into the workplace can be costly if the AI is built from scratch, and Daniel Faggella of Techemergence notes that the use of AI is not conducive to all business practices and should therefore be thoroughly considered before moving ahead and paying for experts in AI, such as data scientists who could cost over $100k in certain cities.

New Software Aims to Revolutionize Scheduling

Communication between employees and employers can cause conflicts in scheduling and inevitably a loss of money as a result of over- or under-staffing shifts. This is common in retail and food service, but one app called ShedWool eliminates these problems through their modern and affordable scheduling system.

Startups Turn to Micro-Influencers to Maximize Marketing ROI

The use of traditional influencer campaigns on Instagram, Twitter and Youtube are an effective means to capture a target audience. Accounts with followers of 500,000+, like Instagrammer @kimberelymargarita_, make an estimated average of $2,000 per sponsored post, and some influencers with followers in the millions could make $25,000 per sponsored post.

Secretive A.R. Startup Magic Leap Unveils Its First Product

After almost four years of developing their mixed reality tech in secret, or as they called it, ‘stealth mode,’ and raising a total of $2.3 billion dollars in investment, Magic Leap has finally released its first product.

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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.