AppyWay is a technology company that provides parking apps and services for drivers. It was founded in London in 2013 by Dan Hubert initially under the name of Yellow Line Parking. It produces software that shows on-street and off-street parking options in major cities in the UK. The app is available on both Android and iOS. There is also a paid-for enterprise app, AppyParking Pro, which is a software as a service aimed at businesses with fleets.
AppyParking was founded by Dan Hubert, a former advertising creative in 2012. Hubert started to contact every London borough and digitize their Controlled Parking Zones from basic PDF maps. Originally named Yellow Line Parking, dealing only with single yellow line parking restrictions, the company was expanded and rebranded as AppyParking in 2014.
In late 2014, the company was part of the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator programme in London, during which Eric Requena, the company's chief technology officer, was advised to revise much of the application code.
In December 2014, AppyParking launched an enterprise app aimed at commercial fleets, and at the CES 2015 in January 2015 Ford announced a partnership with the company. Later in the year, the company ran a one-month trial in Westminster, London with Vodafone xone and Pimlico Plumbers. When a driver located a parking space with the help of the app, he clicked a button in the app when he arrived and simply drove away later, being billed only for the time parked. This was made possible by the sensors already built into parking bays.