A few months ago, I was given the opportunity to collaborate with GPSmyCity that develops self-guided walking tours for multiple cities across the world. Being a travel enthusiast myself who likes exploring places on foot, I thought of contributing some of my blog articles towards a great concept.
How are GPSMyCity travel apps useful?
One big advantage of travel article apps is that you can read the travel articles offline. This means that you simply download the travel articles to your phone free of charge and read it wherever you want without any internet. GPSmyCity is however more than that. They also give you the option of using travel articles with embedded map to the sights that you can use offline! For a paid (small fee) upgrade, you get access to the offline map in the article that will guide you to the points of interest.
I know that is something really useful when you’re traveling in a new country without mobile internet. These apps save you a lot of time and money with travel tips, interesting travel stories from experienced travel bloggers and an exact travel route on the offline map to sights and hidden gems of any city you select. All this means that you can organize your own tour in your own time with the help of these apps installed on your Android or iOS for a fraction of the cost of guided tours and hop-on/hop-off buses.
My travel articles featured on GPSMyCity + Free Giveaway
I’m happy to announce that three of my travel articles from the blog are going to be launched as apps today on GPSMyCity. You can download them for free and use them if you’re traveling to those places. For downloading, just click on the following links that will first take you to GPSmyCity app page, after installing which you can download my articles to your iOS.
- Three Days on Croatian Island Dugi Otok
- Our One Day in Kotor, Montenegro
- Wandering around Kathmandu, Nepal
Among these three, I am offering “Our One Day in Kotor, Montenegro” article app for free for a week (until 1st January). By downloading the app you can read my travel experience in Kotor and the guided offline map to all the mentioned sights, all on your smartphone in real time.
Happy travels and happy holidays everyone! 🙂
Note: If you upgrade one of my downloaded travel articles, I will receive a few cents which will help me with the upkeep of this blog!