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Discover Exmoor


Posted on December 10th, by admin in Case Study, Heritage apps, Mapping, oral history, Uncategorized. No Comments

Discover Exmoor

Explore, discover and enjoy the amazing landscape, wildlife and heritage of Exmoor with this official National Park Authority app.

Exmoor National Park, in south west England is a unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years. Rich in wildlife and history, Exmoor is one of England’s finest landscapes.

iOS screenshots from the Discover Exmoor app

iOS screenshots from the Discover Exmoor app

Hidden heritage revealed

The Discover Exmoor app iOS and Android apps offer fascinating, location-aware information on key sites throughout Exmoor, revealing hidden heritage through pictures, text and audio. Walking routes allow visitors to join these points of interest together and make the most of any visit. Once downloaded all the content (including zoomable mapping) is available to use offline.

Send a postcard/ask an expert

The app lets you send a virtual postcard to friends, family and following, and if you want to know the answer to a burning question about Exmoor just use the “Ask the expert” feature. Send your question, plus a photo, and the local expert will get back to you.

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The Discover Exmoor app is powered by our GPS-triggered Welcome To…Native app software.





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