The App tracks to drivers' location and allows them to upload their license plates into the system. It's used in cities around the world.
Wilmington has been using it to collect parking fees since late October, and counted more than 10,000 transactions during its first three months of use.
David Curtis is the Best Practices and Innovation Specialist in Mayor Mike Purzycki's office. He says he is the best demand for parking.
"Curtis said," It's not just about us but it shows us a lot of clearer picture of our system needs and demands, "said Curtis.
There are more than 2,900 drivers to use the park mobile app in Wilmington and almost half of them. The average daily transactions have increased from 150 to 240 in three months.
Curtis says there are no plans to remove any city parking meters.
"Curtis said," It is possible, but we want to keep the money payment for people who do not have smartphones or maybe do not have credit cards.