INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana State Fair is offering a free updated mobile app for smartphones aimed at helping visitors navigate their way around the fairgrounds on Indianapolis' north side.
Fair officials say the app developed for iPhone and Android users by LiveLink Mobile will help fairgoers find sweet corn, rest rooms, an ATM or even where they parked their vehicles.
The app also includes listings of every event for each of the 17 days of the fair and a sharing feature that allows users to post comments and photos to their friends on social media.
The fair begins Friday and runs through Aug. 17.
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