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The Newest Version of DELION for Cleaner HYU
Koh Dong-kyun  |  rhehdrbs1220@hanyang.ac.kr
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On April 20th 2016, the studentrun coding club, Forif and Hanyang University (HYU) announced the successful update of the conventional in-school life information application DELION. DELION is an application that provides Hanyangians with information about restaurants and markets that provide delivery services to HYU. Students, through the use of this application, will be able to order meals more easily and regardless of time and place. However, the core purpose of this application update, Forif emphasized, was to further progress sanitary school environment.

DELION’s huge database of restaurants contingent to school and their numbers and locations will be able to have significant role in reducing students’ need to search for flyers every time they wish to make a delivery call. Lower demand of flyers will also naturally trigger lower need for nearby restaurants to spread the flyers around the school for advertisement. DELION is available on Google Playstore.

 
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