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Austin wants 311 app feedback

Austin, Texas, is asking users for feedback on its performance and how to improve its Austin 311 app.

The app, which has been available since July 2014, lets residents connect with the city to make requests for 23 services -- including graffiti removal, pothole and sidewalk repair and reporting waste water. Although the app has been downloaded more than 13,000 times, there are only a handful of reviews on Google Play and the iTunes store.

App users are encouraged to leave feedback on the app at SpeakUpAustin.

Posted by Derek Major on Jan 20, 2016 at 2:43 PM


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