These 20 apps and services will help you engage with everything Chicago has to offer in a whole new way.
Chicago may be experiencing record population loss, but that doesn't speak to how much that city has to offer in terms of culture, livability, and innovation.
Netted (a publication by The Webby Awards) has pulled together 20 apps and services to help people engage with the city of Chicago in brand new ways. Chicago residents and visitors alike now have the opportunity to access much more of the city from their phones thanks to apps that help them with everything from identifying cultural landmarks, to engaging with the city's bike-share service and exploring its public spaces, to getting in at exclusive restaurants, to finding movers and apartments through the sharing economy, and much more.
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