ARLnow.com is considering options for building a dedicated mobile app in 2015.
While we believe the experience of visiting ARLnow on a mobile browser is adequate for most users’ needs, there are certain enhancements that a mobile app could bring. For instance, features could include:
- Breaking news alerts
- Event calendar optimized for mobile
- Local-specific weather, traffic and/or transit info
- Instant deals/coupons at local businesses
If we built such an app, would you use it? Also, tell us in the comments if there are any other features you’d like to see.
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