Launched for Android-operated smartphones in December last year, the app uses your location to show stories from a selection of publishers including Dezeen about architecturally interesting buildings, shops, bars, restaurants and more, shown either as a list or tabs on a map.
Tapping on map pins brings up the project name and source, then tapping again brings up a range of images of the project that can be scrolled through, plus a few paragraphs of text about them.
A link at the bottom of these pages takes you to the full article on Dezeen. You can also pan across the entire map to search for content in other cities or specific spots.
Features of the app include voice notifications while walking or driving, options to set the frequency of notifications and the choice to share articles via social media. It is available to download from the Apple App Store or Google play.
We will continue to geo-tag stories as they are published to keep the content up to date. Find out more about Dezeen's collaboration with Google in our previous story here, and read an interview with head of Google Maps John Hanke in which he talks about the app here.
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