Hacker News author Jason Reichert has been working with the World Resources Institute to make a map of the world’s largest resource.
It looks like it could be pretty impressive.
Reicherr has posted a few of his images of the app to his Instagram page, and he’s since put together a nice animated gif showing the entire world in one handy location.
It’s a bit of a departure from the traditional map of a world in which every continent is represented in the top left corner.
This version uses a bit more data to give the user a feel for the geography, but still makes it easier to see which countries are in which regions.
Reicsh’s app is based on a World Bank map of resources available around the world, but it also includes a number of resources from the world as a whole, such as the Amazon Rainforest, the World Wildlife Fund, and the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization.
The map doesn’t look particularly detailed, but the information that’s presented isn’t all that difficult to navigate.
It also includes all the countries that are represented in a specific region, so you can see what regions are affected by the rainforest, for example.
The World Bank app is available on Google Play for free, but if you’re looking to buy it for a little extra, the app is currently $1.99.
The app has been downloaded over 1.7 million times, and it has become one of the most downloaded apps on the app store.
It does have a number problems, though.
While it’s a pretty good looking app, it doesn’t show a lot of information, which makes it easy for people to miss out on important news or other important data.
Reichers work on a project to address this, so hopefully the World Resource Institute will update the app with a better data visualizer in the near future.
If you’re wondering about where the app’s been downloaded from, you can check out the link below.