I don't know if it is a world app or just Australian, that is Snap, Send, Solve. It reminds me of the British train announcements, See it, Say it, Sorted, which is if you see something suspicious on a train or at a station, you report it to police and your job is done.
I downloaded the app several months ago and I receive annoying emails to encourage me to use the app and I now have, twice in two days. The app works rather well. It pinpointed my location and because I chose rubbish bins or something like that, it knew to report the issue to City of Melbourne that is responsible for rubbish collection.
The photo I took using the app was of the overflowing rubbish bin outside the Scottish restaurant across the road. Roadworks are kind of blocking easy access to the bin, but that isn't an excuse. I forgot to check the bin today. I will do so tomorrow. As I took the photo using the app, I can't post it here. A lesson learnt. Take my own photo and add it.
Today I sent another photo to Snap, Send, Solve, this time having already taken a photo of what offends me. One year? Two years? I've lost track of how long this telecommunication post has been like this. I believe it is the responsibility of the former government owned Telstra. Again the app pinpointed the location and helped me add detail, such as Pit/Manholes. My comment added was "Assuming this is a Telstra asset, how many more years will we have to put up with this eyesore?" The grass is now overgrowing the post.