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EU Funds Watch – Mobile App

EU Funds Watch – Mobile App

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The mobile app contains the database of projects funded from EU sources. Over 500 selected projects are represented on the map with 2500 dots through GPS localization. The application sends a notification to you, if you’re close to a project funded by the EU. Every project has its own description, where you can find its most important details.

You can rate the project according to different criteria, such as how satisfied you are with the implementation, and you can also signal if you have additional questions about the project. Here are some of the questions:

  • How effective do you think the project was?
  • What do you think about the quality of the project?
  • Do you think that the cost of the project was reasonable?
  • Do you have any additional questions about the project, which weren’t answered in the description?

Tutorial Video

A heatmap is formed based on the ratings of the different projects. You can observe how satisfied people are with each project (indicated by its color), and how many people rated the project (size of the marker). The worst rated projects are going to be investigated by Transparency International Hungary.

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