If you're interested in seeing the sights in historic Doylestown, there is now an app for that.
It's a creation that's earning one Bucks County teen the rank of Eagle Scout.
Kyle Hanbicki, 17, has a scouting badge for just about everything.
"Eagle Scout is pretty much the pinnacle of achievement for Boy Scouts," said Hanbicki.
About a month ago Hanbicki reached that pinnacle after doing a special conservation project.
"I wanted to try and conserve history instead of conserving nature," said Hanbicki.
So Hanbicki learned how to write code for an app, asked a local app company called Brick Simple for advice and after nearly a year of work the Historic Doylestown app was launched.
Hanbicki says he enlisted his fellow scouts to help research and write articles for 23 places of interest in the borough.
This labor of leadership is now free at the app store for iPhone and iPad users.
"I am hoping it will increase tourism to the borough. It should be able to make people a little bit more aware of all of the interesting historic things in Doylestown," said Hanbicki.
Hanbicki's mother Suzanne says she's very proud of Kyle's app and the fact he and his brother Deiter made Eagle Scout.
"It is nice to be able to say, 'hey download my son's app' and people can go online and look at it," said Suzanne Hanbicki.
Hanbicki says the app can be expanded to include more places but someone else will have to do it because he is on his way to Drexell to study chemistry or engineering.