apps

Arts District

Walters Curator Says Google Arts App is Good Start But Not Perfect

The museum has more than 1,400 works represented in the app's collection.

The Chatter

Bad Batch App Notifies Community of Heroin Overdoses

Working with the Baltimore City Health Department, new app alerts users to bad batches in the area.

Charmed Life

​A New Personal Training App Comes to Baltimore

V-Training not only connects users with classes, but also personal trainers.

Travel & Outdoors

Have Phone, Will Travel

Local app creates connections in the heart of Baltimore.

Health & Wellness

Baby on Board: The Modern Way to Baby Book

Move over scrapbooks—apps and the iCloud are the new way to document your kid.

On The Town

Local Alcohol Delivery App Brewber Launches This Weekend

The app test launches at Bo Brooks Lighthouse Liquors.

Travel & Outdoors

The 25 Best Travel Apps

Come on, get app-y with our picks for the top 25 travel apps.

News & Community

New Parking App Out of Canton

A new app helps residents find parking, but at a price.

News & Community

Our Favorite Apps Made in Baltimore, For Baltimore

The world of the app store is vast, so we thought we’d narrow it down.

On The Town

The future of bar hopping?

Annapolis natives creative a bar-hopping smartphone app.

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