In Pictures: 20 clever apps and services that make great use of the Cloud

Lots of mobile apps and Web services are available to help people who want all their digital content - not just documents - at their fingertips at any time. We look at 20 that are fun, useful, or both.

SceneTap

Category: Business or Social

Why You Need It: The SceneTap nightlife app for iPhone and Android gives users real-time info on the local bar scene, including the male-to-female ratio, the average age, the crowd size, specials, and more. It also provides bar owners with reports that include foot-traffic and demographic info. SceneTap uses the cloud to store all of this data, so bar owners can look back at any time to see how their venue's foot traffic compares from month to month.

SceneTap | Free for consumers; the premium for bar owners varies depending on factors such as venue size and market, but typically runs a couple hundred dollars a month | Android, iOS, Web service

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