Wednesday, December 28, 2011


The City of Cape Coral has launched a new “mobile app,” which delivers
services to citizens, visitors and customers in the palms of their hands.
The City has partnered with a local Cape Coral company, Palmer Applications
LLC, to develop a free mobile app specifically for Cape Coral government.
The mobile app will function on all three major smartphone platforms:
iPhone, Android and Blackberry. The application is available as a free download
at iTunes, Google Apps Marketplace and Blackberry App World.
“We have stepped into the smartphone arena and now have our own custom
mobile app,” said Connie Barron, Public Information Director for the City.
“With the mobile app, citizens will be able to stay in touch with City government
via their cell phones.”
Stephen Donato and Steven Palmer with Palmer Applications LLC,
have been working with the City Manager’s Office to create a government
mobile app for the City of Cape Coral.
To download the City’s free app, go to the appropriate market for
your smartphone apps. Search for “Cape Coral” to locate the app.
Once downloaded, users can keep up with Cape Coral news and
events. They can report problems, request information, find crime
stats, check permits and pay bills. The City already is looking at
adding additional features including the ability to buy tickets for Sun
Splash and reserve tee times at Coral Oaks.

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