Snapcrap app aims to help clean up the filthy streets of San Francisco

Smartphone users will be able to provide the scoop on the poop littering the streets of San Francisco.

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San Francisco is really a special city. Each year, it gets more expensive and more colorful. In recent months, the city has actually made some efforts trying to clean up the streets. They are not directly addressing the opioid crisis or glaring wealth disparity, but they are tackling the city's big problem with fecal matter polluting the streets. With the latest Snapcrap app, San Francisco residents can now take a stand against the dumps literring the streets of their fair city.

Snapcrap is currently only on the App Store and developer Sean Miller describes it as "The fastest way to request street & sidewalk cleaning in San Francisco. See something gross? Just snap a photo and press submit. Tickets get instantly submitted to 311." This might be a better application than Snapchat, but we will have to give Snapcrap some more time to report its daily active users. Litter in the streets of San Francisco is a huge problem, and we hope that users will be able to report the piles of used needles as well as puddles of vomit that can easily be found throughout the city. San Francisco-based Shackers should definitely download the app and get to work showing their civic pride by reporting as many dumps as possible. 

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Asif Khan is the CEO and majority shareholder of Shacknews. He began his career in video game journalism as a freelancer in 2001 for Tendobox.com. Asif is a CPA and was formerly an investment adviser representative. After much success in his own personal investments, he retired from his day job in financial services and is currently focused on new private investments. His favorite PC game of all time is Duke Nukem 3D, and he is an unapologetic fan of most things Nintendo. Asif first frequented the Shack when it was sCary's Shugashack to find all things Quake. When he is not immersed in investments or gaming he is a purveyor of fine electronic music. Asif also has an irrational love of Cleveland sports.

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