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Upper West Side »

Swepple is designed to help students with their weekly school schedules.

Greenpoint »

People can post their parties for free on the website Wrevel, and users can search by their interests.

Kips Bay »

A Kips Bay father launched an app that makes finding information on schools as easy as pressing a button.

Lower East Side »

Wheel New York will be a trip-planning app and website with user-generated reviews.

Red Hook »

Kentler International Drawing Space's app features their exhibitions and an interactive "bus map."

Red Hook »

Users can donate to several organizations, including Red Hook non-profit Friends of Firefighters.

New York City »

The MTA Subway TIme app will give commuters real-time subway arrival information.

New York City »

Passengers will be able to use apps to hail cabs beginning this February.

Carnegie Hill »

The Jewish Museum has unveiled "Light My Fire," a menorah-lighting app, just in time for Hanukkah. 

Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick »

Swifto's new feature answers dog owners' top demand, the company's representative said.

Upper West Side »

Matchmaker Cafe, an online dating and traditional matchmaking hybrid, aims to trigger more than a click.

Lower East Side »

The Museum at Eldridge Street is using oral histories of congregants recorded more than 20 years ago.

New York City »

Craft Beer New York features a downloadable guide to more than 120 bars in New York City.

Chelsea »

"Reading Rainbow" host LeVar Burton helped launch the new children's reading app in Chelsea.

East Elmhurst »

One of the alleged muggers in East Elmhurst was photographed by an anti-theft app.