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The stop in progress now also on the lookscreen of iOS devices

EasyPark, a global tech company specializing in mobile parking and present in more than 20 countries, is making parking management ever smarter thanks to its app. For a few weeks now, thanks to the EasyPark widget, users iOS can view the remaining time of the stop in progress directly on lockscreen of your smartphone.

The EasyPark app allows you to keep the parking in progress under control

The function is activated automatically as soon as the parking session begins, allowing motorists to keep an eye on the expiry of the stop and be able to park it if necessary extend according to your needs.

Who has iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max running iOS 16.1, it can also check this information in real time on the Dynamic Island of the Home screen while carrying out other operations, when the smartphone is not in lockscreen mode. EasyPark is among the very few apps to be present on the new Apple notch.

“If there’s one thing our users know well, it’s that with EasyPark you don’t overestimate the length of time you park. The EasyPark widget allows you to further simplify this advantage. With the immediate display of the remaining parking time, the Apple customer not only chooses to receive fewer notifications, but eliminates any type of anxiety related to the parking expiration” he comments Vincenzo Nubile, Regional Manager South & Central Europe di EasyPark Group “Making cities more livable for us also means making tools available to people that improve their daily lives and relieve them of the worry of getting a fine for overdue parking”.


In Italy, paid parking is among the lowest in Europe, but that’s not good news

EasyPark Group has announced the results that emerged from its research, which are undoubtedly interesting, especially as regards Italy.

The comparison with other European countries shows that the country where it costs the least to park is the Portugalwith €0.75 per hour, while the ones that pay the most are the Paesi Bassi, where you pay around €3.50 for one hour.

Italy ranks among the low to medium rates, positioning itself immediately after Portugal with an average hourly rate of €1.50. They follow Sweden e Spain where the average price is €1.52, Austria (1,86€), France (1,92€) e Finland (€2.00). To precede the much more expensive Netherlands we find Germania, Norway e Denmark.

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