Completely bogus winner. While apparently DPL does have an app, it is absolutely *not* what is reported here in the best-of. Someone should be ashamed, whether it's westword or DPL i'm not sure. DPL's app appears to be a knock-off of yelp, flook, etc. If i wanted that, i'd go download that. What i want is to browse DPL like the winner app was purported to give me access to. grrr.
Best Local iPhone App - 2010
Denver Public Library's mobile phone app
The Denver Public Library has always had its geeky side, from boasting DVD selections that rival Blockbuster to offering hordes of B-movies available for streaming online. But it may have outdone itself with a web portal it developed for smart phones. Not only can patrons search the online card catalogue in a format that's easy to read on their tiny screens, but thanks to a program called OverDrive Media Console, iPhone, Android and Blackberry users with a library card number can browse, download and listen to audiobooks directly from their phones. It's just like borrowing an old-fashioned book: When the title is due "back," you can no longer listen to it. Check it out.
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Based on a Google search and within the iTunes store, there isn't an iPhone app by the Denver Public Library or a version of the OverDrive Media Console for the iPhone either. Simply browsing deverlibrary.org on an iPhone requires an immense amount of patience.
How exactly does a non-existent app win? What about MocaPay (based in Denver)? Or even Urbanspoon for discovering the best local restaurants.
Seems to me an editor forgot to do their homework.