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Most Widely Used
A visualization of food inspection data in Chicago.
Neighborland is a new way to make your neighborhood better.
All Our Ideas is a platform that enables groups to collect and prioritize ideas in a...
A free, open source Java CMS for rapid development
Improve My City allows citizens to report, vote and track non-emergency issues
Recently added apps
Rewards engine for games delivers real mobile coupons to your phone
Twitter feed that alerts NYC residents when to "not flush" to prevent storm...
Travel Alerts provides alerts re: weather, terrorist attacks etc before you travel to a...
SMS messaging leveraged by the Occupy Wall St Movement post Hurricane Sandy as part of...
Prepared.ly is a simple way for you to stay informed and proactive about the ongoing...
GeoServer is an open source sever that allows users to share and edit geospatial data.
"Intranet in a box" with dashboard, wiki, etc, with customizable and shareable...
Premier, customizable version of Google's app suite.
Interactive map of alternative energy usage and potential in Boston.
A content management system that powers various types of websites