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Apps for the City

We think you might be interested in the following apps for your smartphone or tablet.

If a link is no longer working, you you’ve found a new app we’ve yet to spot, leave a comment below.

All links last checked 24th March 2014.

 

City AirCITYAIR - A mobile version of the air quality information currently available from CityAirApp.com

Love the Square Mile appLOVE THE SQUARE MILE - A quick and easy way to report 'environmental issues' such as such graffiti, broken paving, rubbish or potholes using a smartphone or tablet application.

More details are available from the City of London website.

CITY POLICE - Designed to share real time information with the police and people in the City of London. The App also offers a host of general day-to-day useful features about the City of London Police. Android version is apparently under development.

City of London Police website

STREET MUSEUM - Streetmuseum gives you a unique perspective of old and new London whether you’re discovering the capital for the first time or revisiting favourite haunts. Hundreds of images from the Museum of London’s extensive collections showcase both everyday and momentous occasions in London’s history, from the Great Fire of 1666 to the swinging sixties. The Museum of London is part funded by The City of London.

See the Museum of London website for more details.


DICKENS: DARK LONDON - Another Museum of London app, only currently for iPhone and iPad app, takes users on a journey through the darker side of Charles Dickens’ London.

See the Museum of London website for more details of the free and paid-for apps.

TOWER BRIDGE EXHIBITION - Nothing too sophisticated, but quite fun and interesting, and links through to the website. Tower Bridge is provided by the City of London Corporation as part of its contribution to the cultural life of London and the nation.

More information from the Tower Bridge website.

 

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