Got an Android phone? We need you!

The AF is looking for beta testers for a new Android version of its popular app guide to the architecture of London

Last year the AF launched an iOS app which took the text of Christopher Woodward and Edward Jones's acclaimed book, Guide to the Architecture of London, and turned it into an intuitive free mobile tool for exploring London's best buildings. The app has over 12,000 users, but until now has been limited to Apple devices.

We are currently buliding an Android version of the app, which includes some significant improvements and new features. We are looking for beta testers to help us put the app through its paces, spot bugs and identify problems before its launch in the Autumn.

If you have an Android phone and would be happy to help us create this tool for a much wider pool of Londoners and visitors then we need you. Beta testing will involve downloading a prototype version of the app and simply using it to find buildings, check AF events, read about London's history and locate new pieces of architecture near you, spotting and logging bugs along the way.

If you have an Android phone and would like to help, please email

Thank you.