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An App for Anyone with a Child in a Stroller!!

FREE - Until 10/1/2010......Anyone who pushes a stroller or is about to, download this app now, while it's free!!

 

At the moment, it only covers Boston, but more cities will be added.

 

   

 

From iTunes:

CitiStroller shows you where to go with kids in tow! CitiStroller helps parents and caregivers access the essential locations that make navigating cities a breeze, including:
• Stroller-friendly Public Transportation
• Changing Tables
• Nursing Spots
• Parks
• Playgrounds
• Indoor Play & Activities: including museums, playspaces & classes
• Restaurants
• Cafés
• Baby & Kids Gear: great retailers of clothing, toys & gear
• Stroller Repair & Service: where to change a flat or purchase an accessory

In addition to our regularly updated, expert curated database of CitiStroller locations, registered users can add, rate and comment on new locations in any of our categories.

CitiStroller users do not need to download updates of our app to access new location entries from our database, they will be uploaded automatically and available immediately.

Version 1.0 of CitiStroller offers data for Boston, as well as preview data for New York City, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. New location data and categories coming soon! CitiStroller is offered for free for a limited time as we launch our tool. Please email us with comments or suggestions at info (at) citistroller.com

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/citistroller/id390588203?mt=8

 

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Tracy Sebastian is the wife of a scattered businessman and the mother of four. The oldest is out in the "real world", the second is in college, and the third and fourth are in elementary school.

Tracy's goal is to make the lives of mothers better by sharing her mistakes - so they don't have to make their own. She loves to travel and take pictures and tries to incorporate both into her every-day life. Her motto - "Don't Panic - It could be worse."