Colab is a social network that encourages citizenship by allowing citizens to report irregularities in their cities, propose improvements and evaluate various areas. The idea of the collaborative app is to send these complaints and proposals to local authorities for action to be taken.
Among the problems most pointed out by the application, urban mobility continues to be the champion among the more than 50 thousand users registered in the platform: they are holes in public roads, parking and irregular sidewalks, among other complaints. To support a report, just double click on the photo. When viewing the map, the app identifies the user's location and shows the issues pointed out by other users around them.
About new features, Gustavo ensures that several changes are planned, both in the web version as in Android and iOS apps. Some of them suggest that as the number of users grows, the app is increasingly focusing on its social networking vision for citizenship. Some of these changes are:
- Feed with new algorithm, using time, location, supports and social component;
- Possibility to follow cities;
- Add people
- Follow communities;
- Search for people, cities and communities;
- Profile issue.
Have you used the app to propose improvements for your city? It is possible that when you download Colab you may not see many posts for living in an area where the app does not have many users yet. But that's the idea of a collaborative app like this one, each one doing their part. How about making the first post and telling us what you think? You can use Colab from the web and download the Android app from the button below.
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