Application for iPhone keeps tabs on stimulus spending

Recovery.org releases new app

Some federal spending can now be tracked in motion.

Recovery.org has released a suite of location-based mobile applications for iPads and iPhones to keep tabs on American Recovery and Reinvestment Act projects, reports Fast Company.

Users can click on dots displayed on the app’s map to find the amount awarded, the recipient’s name and the reward’s description.

Recovery.org is the site that monitors stimulus law spending.

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