Here are the 10 must-have New York smartphone apps (Getty Images) Photo Credit: (Getty Images) By TIM HERRERA AND ALESSANDRIA MASSI April 7, 2013 11:57 AM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email As home to the second-most thriving tech scene in the country, it’s no surprise that there is a seemingly unending amount of smartphone apps to guide you through the city. We combed through the masses and found the 10 newest and most useful apps for getting around. Whether you’re looking for the best coffee in your neighborhood, a parking spot that won’t empty your wallet, or where to buy a new watch on the cheap, we’ve got you covered. New York: Coffee GuideAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touchPrice: FreeDescription: This app was designed to uncover the city’s best, freshest and hottest coffee shops. Each café is rated by quality of coffee, desert, atmosphere and proximity to you. EatifyAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touchPrice: FreeDescription: Find out what letter grade that new place you heard about got before you take three subways to get there with Eatify. Nearly every restaurant with a letter grade is searchable, and you can view all the violations for a given restaurant. Traffic Delays NYCAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touch, AndroidPrice: FreeDescription: Never get stuck in gridlock again with Traffic Delays NYC. The app uses real-time updates courtesy of traffic.com on more that 160 major city streets and crossings. Mommy NearestAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touchPrice: FreeDescription: Parents will find this an indispensible resource, as it allows users to find the nearest changing tables, kid-friendly restaurants, playgrounds and health care and more. Rate your favorite places for other parents and take advantage of their findings. NYC Open SpacesAvailable: iPhone, iPod touch, and iPadPrice: FreeDescription: Spring is here, and NYC Open Spaces will help you find the perfect public plaza for your outdoor or indoor needs. Whether you want to sunbathe, take a break from work or simply enjoy your Halal food outside, NYC Open Spaces will find you a great spot. Stylr: Local ShoppingAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touchPrice: FreeDescription: No time to browse in store? Stylr allows you to peruse thousands of items from nearby stores without leaving your seat. Once you’ve found the perfect item, the app will check if it’s in stock and give you turn by turn directions to pick it up. Vegan Guide to NYC Available on: iPhone, iPod touchPrice: $4.99Description: This 100% vegetarian and vegan guidebook to New York City has been updated with new restaurants and reviews for 2013, pointing you to the best spots to catch a vegan bite to eat. MTA Subway TimesAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touch,Price: FreeDescription: For riders of any of the numbered subway trains, this is app is a must: It gives a down-to-the-minute time of when the next train will arrive at a given station. For now it’s limited to only lines with countdown clocks (i.e., 1 through 6 plus the 42nd Street shuttle), but the MTA is releasing the data to all developers, letting them use the data in their own apps. StashAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touchPrice: FreeDescription: Browse through Stash’s consistently updated list of events happening in NYC, click on your favorites and stash them away to create a personalized list that will help you keep track of all the interesting things going on. Stash allows you to add events to your iCal, share your events with other stash users and Facebook, Twitter and e-mail. BestParkingAvailable on: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, AndroidPrice: FreeDescription: If you have a car in the city, this app is a no-brainer: Find out where you can park, how much it’s going to cost you, which deals are the best and more. The app has been around for some time but it got a huge update late last year, making it among the most practical apps for city drivers. By TIM HERRERA AND ALESSANDRIA MASSI Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.