PRLog - Oct. 15, 2012 - CHICAGO -- With already over 10,000 users in Chicago, Faspark's app helps city drivers find on-streets parking in real-time. The app gives drivers information about which streets are likely to have free parking spots and what parking types are available.
“Leaving the Beta Stage is fantasic for us” said Eyal Amir, Faspark's CEO. “We are very happy to see that user acceptance has been great here in Chicago. Thanks to my team's efforts and to the city of Chicago’s support, we continuously managed to improve the performance of the product. We still have a long way to go, but are definitely on the right track.”
Faspark's app is available as an Android App from the Google Play (formerly Android Market), and also as a Web App for iPhone and recent BlackBerry phones (on those phones http://faspark.com redirects to the web app). Faspark's service will next be available in Munich, Germany.
Faspark – http://faspark.com, is the leader in street-parking information. Co-founded by University of Illinois Professor and Stanford University alum Eyal Amir and DePaul alum Sergei Kozyrenko, FasPark’s technology speeds up drivers looking for street parking. It uses data from many sources to determine the best route to find parking right now. Faspark gives complete coverage of Chicago, including all free spots, all zoned (permit) spots, and also all pay (metered) spots.
Contact: Gerhard Boiciuc, Director of Marketing
312 459 9793
To find out more, please visit faspark.com.