You may like to think you've been everywhere in Seattle, but accidentally running out of gas in Rainier Beach while trying to find King Donuts doesn't really count. Now convince people you've actually been somewhere other than Cap Hill with Seattle HitList.
Stocked with a schton of high-resolution images, plus other useful info, this iProduct app offers a virtual peek at the best free (or mostly free) destinations within the geographical limits of The Town, provided that they're photogenic (duh!) and "suitably hip" as judged by the peeps at its Seattle-based designer, a co. that started last year with a copy of iPhone App Development for Dummies, and a motto; "Don't be an *******"... so what, an abalone? A Senator? JUST TELL US!!
The app's built around an intuitive navigation console that allows for browsing via a simple scrolling list, an interactive map, or a "mosaic of thumbnails", which of the three is definitely the most cuteicle. Destinations include compellingly environ'd businesses (the Starbucks inside Columbia Tower, Fisherman's Terminal); stunning architectural sites (EMP Skychurch, the Central Library's Red Corridor); and public sculptures including Magnuson Park's A Sound Garden, and Volunteer Park's Black Hole Sun, both of which the photos suggest aren't actually that Grunge-y.
Additional features include the ability to turn each entry into a PDF (or turn the entire app into a catalog) complete with photos, deets, and maps, or tag your favorite spots, so feel free to Make it Rain..ier.