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5 iPad Apps for Calgary Users

by on December 17th, 2010

 

As part of the series on Canadian city specific Apps, this post is about Apps for Calgary.

Disclaimer: Please note that this list is not an endorsement of any of the Apps that you are responsible to perform your own due diligence before buying any of these.

Free Apps

Amazing Canada - Rockies 2Amazing CANADA – Rockies Part 2 This App provides information and pictures about the Canadian Rockies which are close to Calgary. Part 2 is free while Part 1 is 0.99$ (see below).

Paid Apps

CalgaryMapOfflineCalgaryMap20MBCalgary

Calgary Map Offline (2.99$) Calgary Map (2.99$) <20MB Calgary (1.99$)

For users that need a map of Calgary without requiring a connection to Wifi or 3G, these App are for you.

Amazing Canada - Rockies 1Amazing Canada – Rockies 1 (0.99$) This App provides information and pictures about the Canadian Rockies which are close to Calgary.

 

Do you have a favourite Calgary centric App? Share yours and your experience with others!

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  • Richard in Vancouver

    This is good, but you do not give a review. Are the maps good? I do not want to spend $3 to find out it is not. Did any of you try it out or other cities maps?

  • http://twitter.com/fauxjebus Brad Connell

    I can add 2 more:

    Multicam plus http://bit.ly/fanlX0 lets you see the traffic cams at certain intersections around the city, plus you can add new ones from the city’s website.

    And a local company called Medium Rare just released an app called NextStop http://bit.ly/dWbFvg that has bus and train schedules and maps.

  • http://www.primatek.ca/blog Eric

    Unfortunately I have not reviewed any of these apps and the post is not structured as a review of the app because I do not wish to spend $ on all the applications that I list.

    For the applications that I do buy and use, there is a chance that a review will come up in the future.

    And obviously we would welcome codes to redeem from the publishers to let us review their applications. I have one lined up that falls in that category for the new year and maybe even some free codes for readers!