The selected buildings are each surrounded by two geofences. The first one, which reaches a couple of blocks from the building, points out that there is an architecturally interesting piece nearby and offers Google navigation to the site itself. The second one, which is just around the building, pops up the relevant view in the application with more information and historical background about the building.

With real-time geofencing and built-in native push support, making location-based notifications could not be easier. Just draw a circle around the area you want to use to triggering your notification, set up a simple action flow and you’re good to go. The best part is that all parts of the solution can be edited on the fly without any changes to the application itself.