Have you ever read a blog post or an article about your chosen destination and thought it would be brilliant to have it handy on your trip?
…but then you reach your destination only to find you’ve forgotten, where you’ve read that informative article…
…or an unreliable internet connection makes it impossible to access the article again.
That’s why GPSMyCity has come up with a brilliant solution – they are turning travel articles into downloadable travel apps.
So What Exactly Are the GPSMyCity Travel Apps?
Covering 1,000+ cities around the world, these travel article apps are written by travellers and locals who have experienced a particular destination by walking.
Each article can be downloaded as an individual app free of charge, which also means you will not need internet access once it’s downloaded and you’ll be able to access the information wherever you are.
You also have an option to upgrade your experience of each app for a small fee.
Once upgraded, you will have access to an offline map helping you with the planning, finding and visiting your places of interest as it links to the offline GPS navigator.
How to Use GPSMyCity Travel Apps?
Download a free GPSMyCity app on your Android or iOS device and browse by city, you’ll see the articles that are available.
Once you like an article, you can download it for FREE and read it offline wherever you are – on the beach, on the plane… anywhere!
(valid until Sunday 21st July 2019)
For a week, I am offering a FREE upgrade to the following article apps – go ahead and try out the app for free!
Exeter for Foodies and History Buffs
A Walk By the River Neris in Vilnius
To get your free upgrade, click the link for the article you are interested in and follow the instructions to download the GPSMyCity app.
Then you’ll be taken to the page for the article app – click on Upgrade and the app will be automatically linked to an offline map and the GPS navigator.
Here are my other article apps that might interest you:
Note: If you upgrade one of my downloaded travel articles, I will receive a very small amount (a few cents, actually), which will help me cover some costs associated with the running of this travel blog.