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South Pennines Reservoir Trails app


Posted on April 27th, by admin in Case Study, Heritage apps. Comments Off on South Pennines Reservoir Trails app

South Pennines Reservoir Trails app

The reservoirs and surrounding landscape of the South Pennines provide a fantastic place for recreation and wildlife. These reservoirs also have a fascinating history that you can discover when you download the FREE South Pennines Reservoirs Trails app.

UPDATE:

For 2016 the app has been given a visual overhaul and two new trails have been added.

Google Play review:

Excellent app, great to see support for these areas. I enjoy doing some of these walks around moorland reservoirs and this app is a fantastic addition to the experience and will also open up new area for me to explore. 5/5 top marks and thank you to the people with the vision to create this.

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Features

The app is based upon our Welcome to app software and includes an interactive GPS map, walking trails and location-based information for the South Pennines area.

The app is available on all iOS and Android devices.

Client testimonial:

We have just taken delivery of our new Trail App from Audio Trails, and would like to say how impressed we are with the product. The app is very easy to use and the feedback from our customers has been great.

The process of taking our ideas and converting them into a useable product has very straight forward, and we would recommend other organisations use this company.

Adam Clayton, Parks and Countryside Ranger, Rochdale Metropolitan Council

Download

The apps are available to download from the AppStore & Google Play.

The Reservoir Trails app is powered by our GPS-triggered Welcome To…Native app software.





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