According to a press release, Kentishtowner, published by London Belongs To Me Ltd, now uses "GPS and HTML5 to take full advantage of all that latest mobile technology has to offer".
"We've also redesigned the masthead in keeping with other publications, as well as created a responsive site."
The website has also announced the launch of three new features, Young Kentishtowner (YKT), 'corner shop' and 'nearby'.
YTK is a "social enterprise to empower young people by providing mentoring in digital journalism and publishing". It also aims to help young people access "ethical work experience opportunities in the local community".
The 'nearby' feature offers readers a map based on their location, which flags up the local businesses which are reviewed on the site.
"Because the map allows each shop or attraction to have their own page, regardless of their owner's internet savvyness, this new platform will also support independent local business in a pioneering new way," the press release adds.
Its explains that this is currently "a work-in-progress, rather than a comprehensive list".
And the 'corner shop' "will allow readers to take advantage of all our current special offers in one place".
"You will also be able to buy locally-sourced products, original work by local artists, and even grown-up things like insurance and property".
Editor Stephen Emms told Journalism.co.uk that "the value of the funding has been immense".
"It has allowed us to explore online media in a new way. With every serious business there's a time when it needs investment and we're lucky that Nesta chose to invest in us for their 'destination local' programme."