Movie goers without a desktop or laptop will find this app particularly handy when they wish to search for showtimes, previews, and book tickets for the latest films. Co-founder Lee Ken Ming created the all-in-one movie booking app in 2012 and has received positive reviews from users and iMerlion. With over a million downloads on smartphone, the mobile app developer Peas in a Pod has also moved Popcorn’s platform from mobile to desktop to cater to more users.
Launched in October 2017, the app was developed by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Housing Board and GovTech to facilitate payment for parking at public carparks and kerbside spaces in Singapore, while reducing enforcement costs. Motorists can now use the app to pay for parking conveniently without having to use paper parking coupons. The app is also to be used in tandem with an upcoming satellite Electronic Road Pricing system that will remotely monitor vehicles and calculate their road usage and parking fees through satellites.
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