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Inaugural 2013 app offers mobile guide to events

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

The presidential inauguration is just one week away. Fewer people are expected to show up than four years ago, but getting around Washington will still be tough.

In 2009, the biggest problem was many people just didn't know where to go. They were waiting in line at one place, only to find out they were supposed to be at another. The official Inaugural 2013 app should help solve that.

Download the official 2013 Inaugural app

The app features maps, which work with your phone's GPS to show you where you are and where you need to be. And, yes, it will tell you where the restrooms are.

If you have a ticket for the parade, you can enter your ticket color to find out where your entrance is located. Plus, the app has a schedule with detailed information on each event, including directions.

And on inauguration day, it will also feature a livestream. The app is free and available for Android or iPhone.

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