Posted on January 25, 2010 by

Frolicware on Monday announced the immediate availability of AutoPark 1.0, an iPhone app meant to help you remember where your car is parked, and how much time is left on the meter.

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AutoPark leverages various key elements of the iPhone, including the GPS, push notifications, and of course multitouch. The GPS integration works with a built-in map so that you can find your car again after your errands are finished. The push notifications alert you at user-specified intervals to remind you when your parking meter time will expire.

Also included in the app is the ability to quickly e-mail your friends with your exact parking spot, optionally including a photo of precisely where you are. Additionally, you can store a reminder about which level of a garage you’ve parked on, and tap to see nearby gas stations, restrooms, and banks.

AutoPark requires an iPhone running OS 3.0 or later and cost $5.  Check it out in the App Store.

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