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Arch App for iPhone — Orthogonal Paradigm

Saturday, December 16th, 2017

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Arch App for iPhone

Arch App

29GPS developed a really neat FREE App available at the iTunes App Store. “Architecture” is a GPS based pocket guide to architecturally interesting attractions anywhere in the world. The application gives you the history of the structure along with several full screen photographs. “Architecture” also provides a detailed map and walking/driving directions to the location, and select stories include audio and/or video segments.

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The app contains projects from 165 different architects in 270 cities worldwide. It provides a selection of 20th and 21st century architecture which covers the traditions of the world to classic icons and architectural oddities. This app is pretty rad, it’s like one of those audio tours you take at a museum, but for the outside world. Our cityscapes transform into a free museum at the touch of an iPhone. Nevertheless, the app is not a social application therefore, users are not able to comment or add to the database. Hopefully the social aspect will be considered in an upcoming upgrade. Check it out at www.29gps.com!

Source: http://www.29gps.com/

About Terrance Brown
I have a bachelors degree from the University of Alabama in World Business concentrating in International Marketing and French. I spent the past 3 years working at a large ad agency as a Broadcast Negotiator, on accounts such as Ford, Dominos, Burger King, Olive Garden, Cellular South, and Toys R Us to name a few. After being laid off in February '09, I've switched my attentions to helping make Refugee Desiger.com become a destination covering all aspects of design.

Comments

  1. Vincent says:

    The app which you describe and the screenshots are not from 29GPS, but from Makayama. The URL at the bottom is wrong. The correct url is: http://www.makayama.com/architecture.html

  2. Hugh says:

    I think the app he is describing and the url are correct but the screenshots may be wrong. Makayama Architecture does look like a cool app as well tho.

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