Remember MilkCrate, the super useful sustainability app we told you guys was in the works a few months ago? Well, the Philly-based app has officially launched, and if shopping and eating sustainably are high on your list of priorities, you’re definitely going to want to get your hands on it, stat.
The first cab driver I asked about the new Way2Ride payment app for Philadelphia taxicabs had no idea what I was talking about. The second held up his ancient flip phone, saying, “I don’t have no apps.” The third literally laughed at me. Read more »
If you refuse to stock your pantry with coffee that isn’t 100 percent organic and fair-trade certified, then it only makes sense that when you’re out on the town you’d want to get the same kind of high-quality, eco-friendly brew. But the thing is, finding a coffee shop that cares about all the same stuff you do can be tough. (And when you’re facing a mean case of caffeine withdrawal, finding anything is pretty much impossible.) But thanks to the new app MilkCrate Philly, it looks like tracking down an eco-friendly coffee shop—or any sustainable shop, for that matter—near you is about to get a whole lot easier.
The folks over at Green Philly Blog sat down with MilkCrate Philly founder Morgan Berman to find out what this new app, described as “the Yelp of sustainability,” is all about. And I’ve got to say, it looks pretty freakin’ awesome.
Are you squinting to read this text because, thanks to hours spent staring at a computer screen, your vision is totally shot? Well, not to worry: There’s an app for that. According to The Atlantic, the new app UltimEyes, created by neuroscientist Aaron Seitz, could improve vision and reverse the effect of aging eyes. Say whaaat?