If you’re traveling to Brighton, England, chances are you’re going to enjoy its legendary nightlife. Brighton has an extensive LGBT history and writer/historian Rose Collis recently teamed up with programmer Stephen Watson to create an app that shares all that information with tourists.

The Brighton’s Pink Plaques app features original text and photos from Ms Collis and takes users on three different themed “trails” around the city’s LGBT history: Hotels, Pubs & Clubs and Shops & Cafes. I had the chance to try the app when I was in Brighton a few months ago. I was impressed with how well it worked for a first edition app. The map overlay was particularly useful because it was easier to discover where I was and what was nearby.

The app is available on the Apple App store for £1.99.

*Note: I received a free download of the Brighton Pink Plaques LGBT travel app for the purposes of this review.