Can’t park here, don’t need an app for that..
Costs the city $300.00 a month. If we only had some organization that would keep track of businesses that cater to visitors to foot the bill for that we’d have a good thing.
The app’s purpose is to get information about the city to both visitors and residents. There’s a shop and dine feature on the new app. There’s also a “report an issue” feature that residents can use to notify city leaders of a problem in the city that needs to be addressed, such as potholes.
Pacific Grove: The Mobile App
Much easier to read than on a heavy laptop and does not get ink on your fingers. No need to clip articles with the online archive of past issues.
From the weekly email announcing the Pine Cone’s highlights:
If you’re picking up a new iPad this weekend, be sure to check out the pdf edition of the Pine Cone on it. We think you’ll be impressed.
Carmel Pine Cone downloading on iPad.
I tried to copy the .pdf to the thing both with iTunes and a file app, no luck there. After the .pdf is downloaded it displays real nice. iPad makes a very good .pdf reader.
Future Of News?