That’s the idea behind SaidHere, a new iOS app that uses geographical boundaries to create hyperlocal information services. The app enables users to share geotagged content in real time. They can tell their neighbors about a nearby street closure and let reader in their city know about an upcoming government meeting.
The app also allows users to send a private message with a geofence limit around it. The person who gets the message will see the content only when they are inside that same geographical area. It can also be used to create a collection of past events and to inform people about a specific place, an historical site, for instance, before they arrive.
SaidHere is currently available for free in the iTunes App Store.