Cirencester's Corinium Museum have celebrated the launch of a wonderful new app in the splender of the Cirencester museum. The 'Romans' app, created by local business TapMob, gives visitors to the town and the museum an in-depth experience of Roman Cirencester. The app including all the key archaeological sites, an enhanced tour of the Museum, and teacher and pupil learning resources for primary and secondary schools. Available for all Apple and Android devices The app includes artists' impressions of what the town and its people looked like, and photographs of objects found during local excavations, which are now on display in the museum. The Town Tour even uses GPS navigation to pin point your location within Cirencester as it is now, and as it was laid out by the Romans. The main Roman sites are represented and you can hear archaeologists talking about the excavations, see photographs of the excavations taking place and find out what objects were discovered at each of the sites. I must also mention that the Corinium Museum has been named as a finalist in the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year category of the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2013. Well done and certainly well deserved.