Develop a deeper connection to the places you visit with TravelStorys. TravelStorys gives you access to the sights through authentic, hands-free and self-guided storytelling. Discover your destination through locally-narrated, engaging stories about history, culture, wildlife, geology, and more. This location-aware app acts more like a compass and less like an app and works both offline and inside your pocket, allowing you to truly enjoy your surroundings. Explore the attractions and stories in places like: -Austin, TX -Grand Teton National Park -Jackson Hole, WY -Kiawah, SC -Minneapolis, MN -Catskills, NY -Yellowstone National Park With more added each month! This app uses GPS technology. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
This app can really take your interest in traveling to the next level and really give you a sense of depth and history to the landmarks you see while on a trip.
Love this app. It is the best city tour app. I wish more cities use this app. I have used it in Texas and California and east coast.
I wish I would’ve found this app sooner. It gives great history! I love that it tracks your drive and auto plays when you drive past an area of interest/ historical/ cultural significance.
Like having a tour guide along with you for the ride
Excellent Overview Would definitely RECOMMEND
We are very pleased with the apps precision in providing an excellent and informative tour. It was as if the narrator was in the vehicle with us. Great solution for a guided tour when traveling during Covid. Would highly recommend.
We absolutely loved the walking tour in downtown Tulsa. It was especially awesome that the narrator’s voice is the Sheriff from the Cars animated films! Looking forward to more TravelStorys tours to compliment our cross country road trips. Cheers.
I used this app on my most recent trip to Yellowstone and I loved it. They have so many tours! I’m going to use it on my next trip too!
I downloaded all of the places and things that I wanted to listen to while in the Tetons but I was able to listen to only a couple stories and then it would repeatedly crash. Usually when the service went down but I thought that was the whole point of downloading on WiFi before you go. Great idea but I wish it would have worked for us.