Update: Enhancements to Landmarks Chicago app

The Landmarks: Chicago iPhone app is updated (ver. 1.96) with the following new features:

  • New landmarks! (approved by Chicago City Council in October 2011):
    • White Castle #16 at E. Cermak Road,
    • Kenwood United Church of Christ at S. Greenwood Ave., and
    • the latest Schlitz Brewery Tied House at N. Oakley Ave.
  • Facebook is added to the “Share” option for each landmark. You can directly post information about each landmark to your wall, with a customized note.

  • A “tab bar” is added to the map – now you can easily search by location or street, change the map type, and set preferences without leaving the map.
  • A Google Street View image has been added for each landmarked site.
  • Several corrections have been made to Wikipedia links and photo images.
  • Search distance and miles vs. kilometers are now preferences. You don’t have to set these each time you do a search. You can easily change the search radius, and switch from miles to kilometers, from a Preferences button.
  • Overall software updates to improve performance.

See our earlier post about all the app’s features and rich content that you can access while exploring Chicago’s amazing architectural heritage.

About Steven Romalewski

Thinking about the future of geography while managing geoweb projects and GIS/spatial analysis research, with a focus on urban dynamics.
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