Great way to explore a new city or learn more about your own!
After the first scroll down there it was: a political ad taking up the whole screen. Thanks.
We’ve used GPSMyCity in Europe, USA, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand. For us, the City Walks are most helpful. Otherwise we’d end up searching travel books and visitor information websites for hours. There are lots cities covered and, once downloaded, you no longer need internet coverage. There are other features, for specific attractions. We even use it around our local “home base” of San Francisco to find new areas to explore.
Today I got a three day trial subscription to the most expensive plan. My wife and I tried the discovery walk for the DUMBO section of Brooklyn, NY. I was able to get the walking route and the names of the sites. But no information about the sites themselves. Am I doing something wrong?
I bought D.C. and Vancouver individual maps. I used them for custom walks. I contacted the developer and they were restored using a promo code for the all in one app. Thanks it worked. I will enjoy traversing D.C. again. Jeffrey Dean
Dear Sir/madam, The update this morning is excellent. Fixed my map issue. Keep up the good work!!!! Best regards, Dan Bradford il dolce far niente Sent from my Ipad
It is a bit difficult for me the be objective, as I am a local who is very familiar with San Francisco Chinatown. That being said, I think this is a very good tour for a first-timer, and I especially liked the articles that accompany each stop. Even I learned a thing or two! As for the app, it seems easy to navigate, so there was no problem there. The only criticism I have is with the navigation prompts. Hearing “turn left in 40 meters” repeat four times with each stop is unnecessary and rather unnerving. Would it be possible to change the prompts to just two times? Thank you for listening and keep up the good work! Sharon
Very easy to use, extremely useful, and fun! Love to build my own walking tours, and the App acts a guide. My #1 travel resource.
I really enjoyed this app.
While the app is cheaper than hiring a walking guide in each city, there should be more functionality to it. I downloaded it for one city and was only able to take one neighborhood walking tour. There were other neighborhoods available but only for sightseeing walks, which weren’t worth it. It felt a little lazy just to include pictures of famous landmarks and attractions without historical context. If I just wanted to look at pretty buildings I could Google that or look at Instagram. Seeing as though I was only able to do one neighborhood discovery walk, the app was not worth it to me, luckily I used the 3 day free trial. I would not be opposed to paying more for more tours within each city/having each sightseeing walk be a discovery walk. I did like the flexibility of having the tour read to me , but having an actual human read it versus an autonomous voice would be better as well as having easier access to the voice option.