‘London Streets’ interactive app

London Streets

Just a reminder, my free app London Streets is now available — for both Apple and Android devices. (Windows Phone 8x is on the way too …)

The app has its roots in my time at City University in the  1980s. Whilst living at Northampton (“Notty”) Hall (RIP) in Bunhill Row, I started to explore the many streets, alleys, courtyards and passageways of the square mile.

I’ve been living in and exploring London ever since, so I guess you could say this app has been a very long time in gestation … work and life have a habit of getting in the way.

All feedback welcome — in fact, essential, as I intend to continue researching and developing both this and some related apps. So please do let me know what you think …

App Store

Google Play

Amazon App Store

It works on most devices (other than those with the very small screens), and is at its best on larger devices, particularly tablets. A little more background and detail in my earlier post here.

 

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  1. Pingback: ‘London Streets’ interactive app – new tech observations from the UK (ntouk) | Public Sector Blogs

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