Los Angeles-based CitySourced, the developer of mobile apps which help citizens report issues to municipalities and cities such as potholes and graffiti, announced that it has upgraded its Android and iPhone apps Monday. CitySourced said that it has added new support for videos and audio, in addition to photos; now provides push notifications on changes in status on issues; verification of locations before submitting an issue; and offline support, among other enhancements. CitySourced apps let iPhone and Android users take pictures of issues and submit them to their city, and track those changes. The firm is headed by Jason Kiesel and Kurt Daradics.
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CitySourced Upgrades Mobile Apps