Miami Beach releases eGov app


Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine announced the release of the new City of Miami Beach eGov smartphone app, available for Apple and Android devices. Residents can use the free app to report a concern that can include a photo, such as graffiti or a broken sidewalk; record a voice message for the mayor; track the trolleys in real time; and stay up-to-date with a citywide calendar. More features will be added, Levine says. To download the free app, search for "City of Miami Beach" in the iTunes App Store or on Google Play.

Nancy Dahlberg

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