Venture Beat :: The smartphone has been at the center of the Occupy Wall Street movement, just as it has played a pivotal role in the Arab Spring. And while the cameras in phones have recorded some of the movement’s most searing images, a growing number of apps are helping protest participants communicate and coordinate with one another.
Venture Beat has looked at Protest4, GO HD, and Whatsapp, three smart phone apps Occupy Wall Street protesters have been using to organize, and how the developers are reacting to their popularity.
Protest4 for example is a location-based app that lets you search for protests in progress or start your own:
Continue to read Chikodi Chima, venturebeat.com