Jared makes iPhone apps independently and for PayPal, Inc.
Don't rely on schedules! Catch The Bus provides real-time, GPS based prediction times for when your bus will actually be at your stop. Currently supports Boston's MBTA and San Francisco's MUNI.Enabled by data opened through the MBTA Developer Program, this app was the first iPhone app to take advantage of this data when it was released in late 2009. It has spread virally via word of mouth across Boston T riders, but it also works for the San Francisco MUNI and 16 other public transit system. The data is powered by GPS units in each bus, which is supplemented by the MBTA schedule and predictive algorithm powered by a company called NextBus. Finally, Catch The Bus accesses the API and presents it in with an intuitive and fool-proof UI. The average CTB user uses the app 44 times each month.
Catch The T displays real time position data for the MBTA's Orange, Red & Blue lines. Don't blindly wait for the T to show up. Instead, KNOW when it's going to be there.
PayPal Here is a free app combined with a pocket-sized encrypted card reader. With it, you can support any form of payment on your iPhone – wherever you are, even on the go.Jared currently leads the engineering team that builds the iOS client side aspect of PayPal Here. It's used by hundreds of thousands of small/medium merchants to help enable their businesses to accept more payments and get more sales.
Looking for the best nearby places & things to do? Download WHERE and discover great local places and offers, picked just for you.Jared was the lead for the iOS Team who developed this app for Where, Inc. Along with the Android client, this was the flagship consumer facing product for the company. Where, Inc. was acquired by eBay in 2011.
Pay at the pump with your smartphone using Cumberland Farms SmartPay℠ powered by PayPal. By using this app, you save $.05/gallon just by using your PayPal account instead of swiping your credit card.Made at PayPal, SmartPay enables you to buy gas without a wallet using PayPal. Jared was involved with the iOS client, but Android and web clients are also available.