An iPhone App Mapping Every Food Truck In New York City Is Finally Here

letsconfirmDave Cascino built the iPhone app for Tweat.it

You’d like to track down the Mud Truck for a coffee on your way to work. And a grilled cheese from Morris Truck for lunch sounds pretty tasty. The problem is you don’t know which streets the vendors are on today.Dave Cascino built a free iPhone app, Tweat.it, that will help you track down any food truck in New York City.

Tweat.it was founded in 2010 by Joel Potischman and Jess Eddy. It is a map of Manhattan that also follows each food truck on Twitter so you can see the deals the vendors tweet out.

It’s real time, so as soon as a vendor tweets their location, it shows up on the map.

Prior to Tweat.it, Cascino was working on another startup idea called LetsConfirm out of WeWork Labs. LetsConfirm was a simple appointment booking tool. Now Cascino is spending all his time and energy on Tweat.it.

Here’s what the site looks like:

tweat.it

Photo: Tweat.it

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