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Columbia City app has Android version

Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel has unveiled an Android version of its mobile app that allows residents to locate the nearest city park, retrieve city information, or view the city’s tax budget.

A similar iPhone/iPad app was introduced last year.

The app also allows people to report issues such as potholes, high grass or graffiti.

The My Columbia City app was designed by Huntington University students.

Residents can link directly to the My Columbia City app through the city’s webpage at www.columbiacity.net/news. The free app is also available in the Google Play store, and the Apple version is available in Apple’s App Store.

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