Be a flâneur
Kompl works well in combining a sense of adventure and independence with technology. It incites a certain excitement about discovering new places while allowing you to remain safe in the knowledge that you can always find your way back.
One of the 10 essential apps to download for 2017, Kompl is the app for those who love to get lost on their journey.
Kompl encourages users to take the scenic route, focussing on urban areas, landmarks and other popular attractions, without showing them how to get there, enhancing the exploratory aspect of the experience.
With the release of version 4 of Kompl, we’re opening up the inclusion of featured cities. You or your company can pick any city and sponsor it for inclusion.
Plenty of streamlining, some sweet beautification, and a snappy interface. Version 4 of Kompl has hit both the iOS and Android app stores.
We’re working on some exciting updates, which will also see our Android version come out of beta. Part of the update sees our compass view being livened up with infinite map-related patterns, for which we’ve commissioned several artists.
What? You thought your cool Android phone would be left out? Never! Download Kompl for Android now.
We’ve improved performance and completely redesigned the app, making functionalities more accessible and intuitive to use.
With the inclusion of Sydney and Auckland, we’re now covering cities on all continents (that have cities). Havana, with Cuba slowly opening up, is a great city to explore with Kompl, either physically or virtually. And Dublin, of course, is one of Europe’s hidden gems.
Our next major update is just around the corner. Sign up for our iOS beta.
It’s our Christmas present to you. Five new cities on three continents are now also featured in Kompl. San Francisco in the US, Rio in Brazil, Brussels in Belgium,Prague in the Czech Republic and Lahore in Pakistan are all now also featured cities in Kompl.
Kompl has added support for Montreal.
Kompl is one of the projects on show at the INTERFACE/LANDSCAPE 2016 New Media Exhibition at Ithaca College.