Note how the app lists everything in order of nearest to farthest. No more of that annoying situation when you’re visiting a city and of either missing a brilliant sight you happening to be 100 metres from, or travelling half way across the city to visit something, eh, disappointing. Now, you can list everything by distance, have a quick root around to see if it would interest you, perhaps pop off to their website to see when they’re open, then pop off to Google maps to find your way there. Frankly speaking, if this doesn’t spell the end of guide “books”, then I don’t know what will.
If you’re not convinced by my short blurb, then you can quickly jump off to their own website instead…and if its a good website, like the Chester Beatty Library’s one, then it’ll display quite nicely in your browser:
Finally, no quick description of Dublin Buzz could be complete without seeing where, exactly, the sight you want is. Google Maps (as long as you have it on your device) can do the hard work, while Dublin Buzz just adds a red dot to your target: