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Smartphones are continually creating new forms of interaction, coordination, and exchange in and through cities. These immensely popular portable devices weave themselves into the fabric of everyday urban life, becoming part of that very fabric. Within this context, the smartphone has become an important interface with the urban space, due to its ability to wirelessly connect users to people, places, ideas, and information. Location-based applications such as Google Maps, for example, enabledoi:10.25365/thesis.65478 fatcat:xegyyzpwnrbjtjxp43uznfab3q