Pride in London launch a new app so you can plan your perfect day

Pride in London has launched their official app for 2017, so LGBT+ people and allies know what’s happening, where it’s going on, and at what time.

The bespoke app has been developed with feedback from last’s year’s version in mind, to enhance features and make the user experience even better.

A discover function can be used to explore an enormous range of events happening during Pride in London, as well as booking tickets, sharing events or even getting directions.

What’s more, users can easily locate all of the stages on parade day, as well as access a full line-up and schedule.

Once you know what you want to do, you can ‘heart’ events to create your very own personalised Pride plan.

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The developers have even made it easier to browse, filter and learn more about all of the organisations marching in the parade.

“Pride in London is about coming together to celebrate and acknowledge the diversity of LGBT+ people in London, one of the most diverse cities in the world,” said Peter Dolukhanov, Managing Director of Nice Agency who created the app.

“We are delighted to have contributed towards making the Pride experience the best it could be for everyone who attends.”

The Pride in London app is available to download now on the App Store and Google Play Store.

Pride events have already started in London, and will continue through until the Pride Parade on 8 July.

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