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Places & Trails – web app


Posted on March 1st, by admin in Digital Interpretation. Comments Off on Places & Trails – web app

Places & Trails – web app

Showcase and trigger multimedia PLACES AND TRAILS linked to ANY location, on ANY device with a web browser.

Our Places and Trails web app is a website. It displays on any device with a web browser: desktops, smartphones tablets etc and will therefore seamlessly link with your own website.

Web apps have limited access to a device’s native features, but our innovative technology uses your location to display and trigger content relative to the user. Like-for-like our web app option is cheaper than our native apps, plus users can ‘favourite’ places and trails. Strong 3G/4G mobile coverage is preferred for optimum performance.

It’s still not officially live yet but you can still have a go at placesandtrails.com

Would you like us to add Place content near you for testing? Contact us.

Places and trails screenshot

Places and trails screenshot

Early adopter? We want you!

Would you be interested in creating a location-based tour for visitors to access from their web browser? We are offering 50% off for early adopters in return for valuable feedback. Please get in touch for more details.





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