It was all over the news, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2014 took place on 2 – 6 June in San Francisco. Among many other announcements, Apple unveiled its new Operating Systems iOS8 and OSX10.10. New tools for developers were also introduced. We will review the major changes that will actually have an impact on App Store Optimization. Are you ready? Let’s do this! iOS8: the big change? It’s official; the Apple App Store …
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Version 1.5 released on December 30, 2013
- The pricing display has been made the default view. - On-street blockfaces are no longer displayed on the availability view. - Price information has been expanded to include all on-street blockfaces in SFpark areas. - Native iOS 7 support has been added. - iPhone 5 native display support has been added.
Version v1.4 released on June 04, 2013
The garage occupancy index has been adjusted by 5% to more closely reflect the perceived parking availability. 0-10% open spaces is now considered "low" availability (red). 10-30% is now "medium" (dark blue). Over 30% remains "high" (light blue). The street occupancy index remains the same.
Version v1.3 released on September 03, 2011
Availability and price index colors have been adjusted for better usability. Be sure to check the new availability/price key on the info screen before looking for parking.
Version v1.2 released on May 05, 2011
Increased speed and reduced memory requirements. Improved performance on older devices.
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SFpark helps you park smarter in San Francisco. The SFpark app shows meter parking rates and regulation information, as well as real-time space availability and rates at parking garages in these SFpark areas: • Marina • Fisherman's Wharf • Fillmore • Financial District • Civic Center • Hayes Valley • SoMa • Mission NOTE: Best functionality in SFpark app requires iPhone 4, iPad 2 or iPod Touch (4th generation). This FREE app is brought to you by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). SFpark is a federally funded demonstration of new approaches to parking management that make parking easier and faster in San Francisco. This means less circling and double-parking, leading to cleaner air, safer streets and a clearer path for public transit and emergency vehicles. As of December 30, 2013, the parking sensors used to determine real-time on-street parking occupancy have been deactivated as parking sensor batteries have reached the end of their useful lives. The SFMTA continues to provide real-time parking availability information for SFpark garages as well as pricing information for on-street spaces in SFpark areas.
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