With the phenomenal growth and popularity of apps in the last couple of years, it stands to reason that there is an increasing surge of apps dedicated to one of the most exciting, unique and highly visited cities in the world. In fact so ‘on demand’ are apps dedicated to various aspects of life in London that a whole new genre of applications have been created, commonly referred to as ‘London apps’.
The latest new London app to have arrived in this seemingly sought-after genre of apps, is titled ‘London – A City Through Time’, which features the London likes of celebrities and in-depth and interactive information about the 2,000 year history of the capital.
This novel application includes 6,000 entries from the London Encyclopaedia, which will provide users with comprehensive information on London’s history over the past 2,000 years. This interactive app will include video footage as well as audio clips taken from the Museum of London.
A long list of some of the biggest names in show business have been involved with ‘London – A City Through Time’, keen to share their likes and views about one of the most unique cities on the globe, which hides a dark and fascinating history.
The celebrities featured on this “fully connected” new London app encyclopaedia cross a wide spectrum of industries, nationalities and art forms, included the recommendations of British minimalist composer Michael Nyman, the London likes of American actress and producer Renee Zellweger, as well as the views and recommendations of the highs of London, former politician and British author, Jeffery Archer.
Talking about the ‘London – A City Through Time’ app has reinvented the way readers interpret an encyclopaedia, James Long from Pan MacMillan, the publishers of ‘A City Through Or Time’, said in a press statement:
“Reading an encyclopaedia has been reinvented, making it an interactive, multimedia, fully connected experience”.
Similar to how David Beckham’s recent London tourist hot spot recommendations were met with great intrigue and interest, with the likes of Renee Zellweger, aka Bridget Jones, London’s best-loved 30 something singleton, offering their London approvals, ‘London – A City Through Time’ is likely to become a heavily downloaded app.