Old Town Spring launches app for Apple, Android mobile devices
The app, created by Anne Morrow, owner of Pierce and Belle at Home in Old Town Spring, is currently available in the App and Google Play stores. (Courtesy Anne Morrow)
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Old Town Spring visitors can now plan their trips to the historic settlement through the Old Town Spring mobile app, which launched for Apple and Android devices March 2.
Funded through a community effort of Old Town Spring shop owners and created by Anne Morrow, owner of Pierce and Belle at Home in Old Town Spring, the app provides a list of all Old Town Spring businesses and allows users to "favorite" locations, get notified on upcoming events and download coupons.
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