Not worth monthly subscription App is very rare to actually save my spot as intended. This is the major reason I was interested in the app. I found that occasionally I would use it to check parking rules in unfamiliar neighborhoods. But TBH I can just look at signage for that. If this app was consistent in its function of remembering where my vehicle is, it might be worth a ONE-time purchase. Until full functionality is in place this developer has no business charging a subscription. I will uninstall. Waze saves your spot too, so...?
Invaluable. $0.99 a month is definitely worth it. Other people talk about a free app from New York City, but I have not found one that gives all the necessary information about where a legal alternate side spot is, where one will be open soon, etc. As I drive, I'm reminded of which side is legal which side isn't and the place along a long stretch of RSD where it suddenly goes Tuesday to Monday legal. Plus I've learned stuff about where spots open early in the day so that I can grab 1 and have done with it.
Another "free" but, uh, we want money app I absolutely abhor tricky if you want the info you have to blah blah blah always ending in the pay us category. If you don't mind reporting in 10 times a month I guess it's fine. I know people who just enter anything to keep their free access so just how accurate is it? And then they expect you to pay? No thanks. You're better off just going to the DOT website. It's cumbersome but at least it's REALLY FREE! Needless to say uninstalled this ripoff.
Expensive It shouldn't be a monthly subscription. Most of the people don't drive much in the city, and those who do they usually go to same places and know the rules there. I subscribed to this app and used it like once a month. That's like 1$ per use. It should be one time payment not subscription.
Good with a few annoyances The basic functionality of this app is great (try it, you won't be disappointed) but it has some irritating usability flaws: since it's mostly used *while* driving I wish the interface would reflect that - especially setting the timespan you are looking for. It would be better if there was a larger, round button that would give you a few presets: 1h, 2h, 3h, 6h, 12h ( or even "until" 8, 9 and 10 am ), backed with settings for your preferred morning take-off.
Terrible app. Horrible business model. They give you a free trial. The moment you forgot you signed up is the moment you're being charged.
Last Spot Widget - home screen widget that shows information about your last saved parking spot
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