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10 apps you might not know about that make living in Toronto better

10 apps you might not know about that make living in Toronto better
10 apps you might not know about that make living in Toronto better
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There are some things in life that never stop being annoying: getting rained on, or forgetting to pack your lunch again, or that truck that won’t stop parking in the bike lane near your house—that sort of thing. Luckily, there are apps that can help make the frustrations of living in this city at least a little more bearable. Here, our suggestions for some you may not have heard of.

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For when you don’t want to swim in poop.
For finding a really good parking spot.
10 apps you might not know about that make living in Toronto better
For making Toronto a better place to bike, while biking.
For those times when you’d rather not take someone else’s word on the “best seats in the house.”
For when you suspect your pal’s favourite hole in the wall has a literal hole in the wall that mice are crawling through.
For the weather forecast at your office and not some airport.
Because you forgot to pack a lunch again, just like last week. And the week before.
For knowing that your bus home is another 46 minutes away.
For never again forgetting when to put the garbage out.
10 apps you might not know about that make living in Toronto better
Because you dropped your keys down a sewer grate.
10 apps you might not know about that make living in Toronto better

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