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GPSmyCity – iOS app review



Published: October 10, 2011
Link: iTunes
Cost: Free / $2.99-$4.99

GPSmyCity offers apps for walking tours that turn an iPhone into a trusted tour guide helping visitors navigate independently and with ease through over 470 cities around the world.

The app has a set of self-guided walking tours through the selected city. With over 5,000 walking tours available, is the largest travel portal of its kind. Getting lost is never an option as the app comes with detailed tour route maps and powerful navigation features using the GPS technology that guides visitor from one sight to the next with accurate turn-by-turn directions to famous attractions, monuments and interesting sights as well as hidden gems.

Walking tours like ‘Nightlife in Portland’, ‘Gastown Tour in Vancouver’, ‘Belgian Beer Tour in Brussels’, ‘Ultimate Girls’ Night Out in Buenos Aires’, ‘Romantic Fountains of Rome’, ‘Beijing Markets’ or ‘Vienna’s Antique and Craft Shops’ offer unique explorations of one’s dream destinations.

With the average price of a tour bus ticket ranging from $30 to $50 (USD), it costs a family of four a total of $120-$200 for a couple hours of sightseeing. The GPSmyCity’s iPhone app costs just $2.99 to $4.99 each. Visitors using iPhone apps also enjoy the convenience of being able to explore the city on their own schedule and at their own pace. In addition to the tremendous cost saving and convenience, the GPSmyCity city walk apps will often take a visitor to places where no bus tours will go. These apps do not require internet access to function, so users can use the apps in foreign countries without incurring any roaming charges which can be very expensive.


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