Source: 24/7 News
(San Francisco, CA) -- There's now an app to help clean up the streets of San Francisco.
Developed by Sean Miller, Snapcrap is an iOS app for the iPhone and iPad that allows users to snap pictures of areas that need to be cleaned up.
The city's Public Works Department has their own app to submit work tickets, but Miller says it requires too many clicks.
To simplify the process, the Snapcrap app automatically sends a user's photo of things like trash, drug needles, or human waste with map coordinates to the city's 311 Hotline.
Mayor London Breed has made cleaning up the city a priority, and this year the hotline has seen almost 100-thousand cleaning requests from residents.