Nashville’s Music City Center has had 750,000 visitors since it opened about a year and a half ago — and a lot of them have probably gotten lost.
The convention center spans 1.2 million square feet over several floors. To help people find their way, the MCC released a smartphone app, called Music City Center. I tried it out after the official launch event Wednesday morning.
This is the app’s first public version, and developer Jules White say he’s hoping for plenty of feedback from users. White says the ability for a phone to connect with Bluetooth-enabled location devices, created by Nashville-based company BKON, could also benefit users in hospitals.