There are a dizzying array of apps available and many of them can be downloaded for free. But those harmless looking apps could be tracking your every move and selling your personal information, according to experts.
The free mobile app announced Wednesday will let cooks enter the ingredients of a recipe and it will calculate the number of calories per serving.
The “Teens in NYC — Protection” mobile app was quietly made available in early spring before getting a more public rollout Wednesday at a health care center in the Bronx.
The City of New York has launched a new free app providing advice to teens who are sexually active – and if parents don’t like it, it’s too bad for them.
The free app, called Taxi Turvi, uses GPS technology to let riders see if the cab driver took the shorter, cheaper route at the end of the fare.
The MTA’s Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee released its report Tuesday, saying the mass transit agency needs to share more information to provide riders with better data.
A thief cut a sleeping man’s pocket and stole his iPhone on the subway this week, but police succeeded in getting it back thanks to an anti-theft app.
Need to hail a cab in New York City? There could soon be an app for that.
As the Hurricane Sandy “Frankenstorm” approaches, the American Red Cross has set up an application with instructions for what to do in preparation for a storm, as well as during and after the storm passes through.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said that by the end of the year riders on numbered-lines will be able to get next-train arrival times by downloading a smartphone app or going to the agency’s website.
A new Google app is helping New Yorkers discover some famous wonders in our own backyard.
The only catch is that drivers will drivers will have to pay a 40-cent surcharge each time they use the app.
In the year since Irene, JCP&L has been working to improve communication with customers.
Feeling a little tipsy and need a way to get you and your car home safely? There’s an app for that.
State Senator Eric Adams likened the app to having a community watch group right on your cell phone.