Boston to Debut iPhone App for Municipal Complaints

Michael Levenson, reporting for The Boston Globe:

City officials will soon debut Boston’s first official iPhone application, which will allow residents to snap photos of neighborhood nuisances - nasty potholes, graffiti-stained walls, blown street lights — and e-mail them to City Hall to be fixed.

(a) This sounds like a neat idea. (b) The iPhone is turning into a de facto standard platform.

Monday, 6 July 2009