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Apps – Places and Trails


Posted on March 20th, by admin in Digital Interpretation, Heritage apps, Mapping, Our services, Tales and musings, website. Comments Off on Apps – Places and Trails

Apps – Places and Trails

A location-aware (web and native) app platform showcasing multimedia places of interest and walking trails.

Display places and trails in list view and as individual pins on the interactive map. Sort by distance and filter by category. Place pages containing text, images, audio and video display when triggered (automatically via GPS or manually by tapping the screen). Trails provide users with route maps and walking directions.

Apps are tailored to your branding, so the question is…do you opt for our web app, native app or both?


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Showcase and trigger multimedia PLACES AND TRAILS linked to ANY location, on ANY device with a web browser. Link it seamlessly to your own website. More…

 


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Native Apps are installed via the App Store or Google Play onto (and limited to) iOS and Android devices. Our native apps can be enhanced with plugins that make the most of the device’s functionality. More…


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Our GPS Audio Tour Guide is a revolutionary app platform designed for location based audio entertainment on buses, boats, coaches and trains, or visitors on foot. It is a perfect vehicle for automating your audio trails.





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