You'd think, given that he's an automatic choice for Sigi Schmid's back line, an app called AutoDefender would be all about Jhon Kennedy Hurtado, but sadly no. Instead you'll just have to be okay with it potentially saving you from both meter maids and dudes who want to steal your Neon.
Created by a tech vet who also owns coffee shops and was sick of seeing his customers run out to feed their meters, AD combines your GPS location with historical parking ticket data, current weather patterns, social media, crime stats, etc., to help you decide if you should park there, if you should feed the meter, or if you should just wait 'til it warns you to "rush to your car", though if you have Rush in your car, you've probably already heard a Distant Early Warning. The dead simple interface uses color-coded bars to indicate the threat of theft or ticketing, boasts a manual parking meter timer with five increasingly annoying alarms, and a tool that'll even graph threats, which, when he was in high school, probably all equaled f(x - getting a wedgie).
So far the app's Android only, and only works in The Town, but the crew behind it promises the AD'll be hitting other cities soon, unless of course Sigi decides he can just (Jeff) Parke on his own.