, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: July 3, 2012 at 10:40 am

Mike Aynsley from OpenFile explains the benefits of Swim Guide to users in the Vancouver area:

From the Vancouver Courier, we learn of Swim Guide. a new mobile app for Vancouver water worshippers. The app does exactly what you’d expect it to: points out the closest beaches to the user’s location while supplying real-time and historical water quality information.

Along with GPS-based directions to swimming holes and surf spots, users can view beach photos and descriptions. More importantly, they can see if the water is safe for swimming.

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