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Class develops iPhone app ‘tour’

Students research, take photos of historical sites

Students who collaborated between Garnet River and Saratoga High School’s 21st Century Academy, walk along Broadway in Saratoga on Monday scrolling through their smart phones with the new the new APP they worked on with Senior Software Engineer for Garnet, Michael Woytowich, called Saratoga 150: Tour Through Time App.
Pictured left to rigt are Alex Robinson, Josh Visser, Kayla Benton and Leah Mailloux.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Students who collaborated between Garnet River and Saratoga High School’s 21st Century Academy, walk along Broadway in Saratoga on Monday scrolling through their smart phones with the new the new APP they worked on with Senior Software Engineer for Garnet, Michael Woytowich, called Saratoga 150: Tour Through Time App. Pictured left to rigt are Alex Robinson, Josh Visser, Kayla Benton and Leah Mailloux.
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On any given summer day, the streets of Saratoga Springs are bustling with locals and tourists, strolling and enjoying the historic sites the city has to offer. But many visitors and even locals may not know the history behind the popular sites in the city. The new Tour Through Time walking iPhone app, developed by Saratoga Springs High School students and Garnet River, a local technical consulting firm, looks to inform, educate and allow people ...


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