What it does: Locates the nearest B-cycle stations, tells you how to get there, and shows bike availability.
With paths that run to every part of the city (and suburbs) and ample bike lanes, Denver is the definition of bikable. But what if you need, you know, an actual bike? B-cycle Now's got 87 stations and 700 bikes in town, and with this app, you'll have easy access.
What it does: Allows you to pay for parking with no cash or coins and no need to display a sticker, plus you can refill your meter if needed.
Check it out: you went to run a quick errand, but stumbled upon an awesome cafe... and now you need to leave to pay your meter. NOPE, not you, because you use this app, which also prevents all of those separate charges every time you run your card.
What it does: Offers a safe, cannabis-friendly ride on a route that hits some of the city's best bars, restaurants, dispensaries, breweries, and more.
This has been called the Uber for weed lovers, but that's not exactly right. You can't go from somewhere to anywhere on it, but with your one-, three-, or seven-day pass, you can hop on and off its route around Downtown as much as you'd like, toking (or dabbing, or vaping, or whatever your preferred method of indulging is) along the way in the high-tech, party bus-style transport.
What it does: Helps you navigate traffic by finding the fastest routes around town.
You've likely heard at least one person complain about the traffic in Denver today, right? With this app, you won't be that person, because it'll help you avoid traffic jams, give you a heads up on accidents and delays, and let you contribute info to help other users get where they're going faster.
What it does: Gives you insider insight into any Denver neighborhood.
Maybe you recently moved or you're just spending the day in a new 'hood. Either way, this app can tell you about all businesses within walking distance, the best routes to find places nearby, and lets you access info about crime and safety along with user recommendations so you can explore, no guesswork needed.
What it does: Tells you how to get where you're going, no matter what mode of transportation you prefer.
Whether you're biking, walking, driving, or want to use public transportation, plan your best route using this app that makes getting where you need to go simple.
What it does: Helps you find parking lots and tells you how full they are.
No more driving around desperately searching for available spots or getting surprised by expensive parking fees. This app uses real-time traffic data to make the never-fun task of dealing with paid parking at least a little less stressful.
What it does: Gives you access to a fleet of smart cars that you can drive from point A to point B.
Denver's got trails, public transportation, and, of course, Uber and Lyft, so lots of people really don't need a car in this town. If you decide to go vehicle-free, though, there may be times when you really need another option. Enter this app, which lets you sign up for a membership so you can locate nearby car2go vehicles, unlock them, and give yourself a ride anywhere you need to be. No need to return the car, just park it and go on your way.