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WorkSnug is a neat augmented reality iPhone app that enables you to find great places to work nearby, from cafes to coworking spaces, complete with reviews. Here’s a short video showing how it works: After a few weeks of waiting, WorkSnug has been approved by Apple […]

WorkSnug is a neat augmented reality iPhone app that enables you to find great places to work nearby, from cafes to coworking spaces, complete with reviews. Here’s a short video showing how it works:

After a few weeks of waiting, WorkSnug has been approved by Apple and is available for free download from the iTunes App Store. The app initially covers London, with coverage for San Francisco, New York, Berlin and Madrid to come.

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By Simon Mackie

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  1. Oh dear sweet Jesus, I would have *killed* for that app when I lived in London. I can’t count how many hours I spent trying to find places to got some work done. (My personal favorites were the Royal Festival Hall and the British Library).

    Here’s hoping they update it for Vancouver, and add Android support.

  2. Mobile workers can discover best places to work | Demian's Tech Blog Friday, November 20, 2009

    [...] recently in Web Worker Daily, check out the video to see the app in [...]

  3. Oh how old and gray will I be when this starts covering Fukuoka. I’ll know all the spots by then anyway.

    1. Really it needs a way to crowdsource the data (though then I suppose it would get plagued by spammers, sigh)

  4. What I’m Looking Forward to in 2010 Monday, December 7, 2009

    [...] We’re already seeing some great mobile apps that take advantage of geolocation data, like Gowalla and Foursquare (an app that Om loves), and interesting tools like WorkSnug, a web worker-friendly augmented reality iPhone app that helps you find places with Wi-Fi nearby. [...]

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    [...] By Simon Mackie Jan. 28, 2010, 1:00pm No Comments 0 0 0 0 Last year I wrote about WorkSnug, a neat augmented reality app for the iPhone that can help you find good places to work (coffee [...]

  6. Augmented Reality Apps Will Change the Way We See the World – WebWorkerDaily Tuesday, February 2, 2010

    [...] reality (AR) apps (like WorkSnug, a neat app that helps you to find good places to work nearby that I wrote about last year) are becoming more commonplace. GigaOM has published a great set of infographics summarizing the [...]

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