Announcing the release of the Android app

Bomb Sight iconThe Bomb Sight Android app is now available to download for free through the Google Play store.

Get it on Google Play

The app gives you access to the interactive map of the aggregate bomb census, showing bombs that fell between 7th October 1940 and 6th June 1941.

If you’re in London, you can also explore the bomb locations using augmented reality technology, overlaying the bomb locations on top of the modern landscape around you. This provides an innovative way to explore information which was previously only accessible to researchers visiting the National Archives at Kew.

Screenshot of the mapScreenshot of the map view

Screenshot of the location on the original bomb censusScreenshot of the location on the original bomb census

Screenshot of the augmented reality viewScreenshot of the augmented reality view

If you notice any issues with the mobile app, please let us know by tweeting us @BombSightUK or emailing bombsight@geobits.co.uk. If you like the app, we’d love it if you could write a short review on the Play store.

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About dankarran

Founder of Geobits, providing web & geo development services.
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