Provides information on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), dieticians and hospitals, and on the activities of France-based patient group, Association Francois Aupetit (AFA).
Shows the location of 14,000-plus toilets in Australia.
Shows the location of the nearest public lavatories (including disabled toilets) in Stockholm, Visby, and Gothenburg in Sweden.
Is meant to be one of world’s largest directory of public lavatories/restrooms, with over 60,000 listed and mapped by users through crowd-sourcing.
Toilet finder app.
“WC ASAPP is a geo-localisation app that helps people find a toilet close to them. General information about these toilets (distance, score, opening times, hygiene level, costs, etc.) is also provided. The app automatically takes you to the toilet of your choice. Users are invited to rate the toilets. You can also add new toilets.
Through crowdsourcing, the app will contain more and more toilets with useful information. The app was originally designed for people with inflammatory bowel disease, but the app is made available free of charge to anyone who wants to find a toilet quickly. WC ASAPP (developed by AbbVie) can be downloaded for free via Google Play or in the Apple App Store.”
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