Dérive app is now available for the iPhone X. That’s pretty neat.
Both iOS and Android app stores carry our latest release. Download now.
Dérive app has been rebuilt from the ground up. It’s faster, smoother, better cooler.
We’re testing the next major release of Dérive app. Come and test with us and help shape the future of Dérive app.
September 9 is Derive Day. Join people from all over the world and discover your city in a more random way, like a game.
Derive Day coincides with the Fourth World Congress of Psychogeography at Heritage Quay in Huddersfield on September 9. Join Dérive app in creating a deck of task cards for the occasion. And, figure out who the Young Men’s Mental Improvement Society were.
We’ve worked on adding ‘hosted dérives’ to Dérive app. In a hosted dérive, all participants get presented the same task cards at the same time, wherever they are in the world. We’re officially introducing hosted dérives on Dérive Day, September 9, but you can test drive them right now.
We’re making the experience of using Dérive app a better one, as we’re ramping up for Dérive Day on September 9. Here’s what’s changed and improved in Dérive app.
San Francisco based artist Astrid Kaemmerling kicks off The Walk Discourse, a series of walkshops, in and around the San Francisco bay area, on September 9, Dérive Day 2017, by hosting a shared dérive as part of Dérive Day.
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.
Karolina and Ania Szarkowicz give us a new European deck of task cards, for the Polish city of Poznań. Amongst the oldest and largest cities in Poland, Poznań is known for its renaissance old town, its dialect, and the traditional Saint Martin’s croissants. You should try them out.
Pro Arts Gallery successfully wrapped up its two month program of The New Situationists. During this period, Dérive app and Pro Arts worked on creating a deck of task cards for Oakland, California, home of Pro Arts, which now is available to the general public.