Android Parking Application Introduced in the US

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Android Parking Application Introduced in the US

As per recent reports, it has been revealed that Central Parking System has introduced a free Android application in which a person is able to find parking space while driving. Same application was launched by iphone as well in last November.

Finding an appropriate parking space is a big fuss, but the new Android application has tried the best to solve the problem. The application can be downloaded for free at Central Parking's website. For now, the application is available in over 50 cities across the United States. It is said that they will keep on increasing the facility as they start getting response from public.

Vincent Raguseo, who is the Vice President of Marketing at Central, was of the view, "The launch of the new Android app, coupled with our previously launched iPhone app, puts Central front and center with 85% of U. S. Smartphone users".

He further affirmed that they have monitored the success of iPhone application and after viewing its success, they are quite sure that the new application being launched by Central Parking System will also be a great success.

It has also been found that now people, who will using this new application will be able to get hourly parking coupons. It is said to be the best deal for consumers, who are shopping savvy. Vincent was of the view that the new Android application is bigger and better than iPhone, as latter is not having any such coupon facility.

Those, who have to avail shopping coupons have to do nothing much and just have to show their mobiles and they will note down special code numbers meant for hourly parking. Same extensions are said to be planned for other US cities as well.


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