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Introducing the new Parkade logo and brand

Evan Goldin

Greetings! We'd like to (re)introduce ourselves.

When we launched in the app store more than a year ago, we named our app "Park." While it was beautifully simple, it was pretty confusing in practice, as those who scrolled through dozens of apps searching for "Park" can attest.

So we're happy to introduce you to our new brand: Parkade.

On your phone, look for this app icon:

New app icon

If your phone automatically updates your apps, the Park app on your phone will automatically change to 'Parkade.' Or you can re-download it manually for iOS or Android. Emails will now come from @parkade.com, and you can reach our support team at hello@parkade.com.

Our website has also moved to parkade.com.

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