Dérive app has been rebuilt from the ground up. It’s faster, smoother, better cooler.
On 9 September 2017, explore your city with others around the world through randomly generated and synchronised tasks that are simultaneously drawn whether you’re in Rio or Rome, Kampala or Kuala Lumpur.
As of today, Dérive app now lets you create your own decks of cards and share them with others. Collaborate on decks by allowing others to submit cards and artwork, and by having your contributors vote on what are the best submissions.
In Oakland, California, ProArts is hosting a seven week event called ‘The New Situationists‘. On March 11, Dérive app will host a workshop, after which, for six consecutive weeks, participants will collaborate in the creation of location-specific deck for Oakland. If you’re in California, consider stopping by.
Hot on the heels of our iOS release, Dérive app is now also available for Android.
Dérive app is now available for iOS. Download Dérive from the Apple App Store.
In early October 2015, Dérive app, a mobile app to get lost in your city, was used for a marriage proposal by South African Chantelle de Lange. This is her story.
The ‘Wreckthismess’ ‘cast’ has put together a dérive/psychogeography inspired sound mix. We are #43 & 44 on the tracklist.
Dalia Said recently organised a group Dérive walk in Cairo, Egypt. Here are some photos from the walk, to see all the photos, check our Flickr group.
On the morning of Sunday, November 17, nine young entrepreneurs took to the streets of Cairo, Egypt for a walk. No ordinary walk, fully equipped with smart phones loaded with Dérive app, this was an “Observation Walk”.
In TimeOut Abu Dhabi’s January 23-29 edition, Yas Waterworld is featured on the front page, and Al Bahar Towers, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Corniche and other resorts and hotels are pictured in the article “Instagram Abu Dhabi”.
In the incredible run of press that we have been getting, another posting, this time on BBC Travel. “these free apps are encouraging tourists to get off the beaten track, stumble upon unique experiences and see the world with new eyes.” Read the article here