mTrip Travel Guides for iPhone, iPod touch and Android is now offering tourism boards a new way to promote their cities to international visitors. The commercial app developer has developed a white label platform, allowing cities to take the travel app and re-brand it for their visitors. One of the cities to use mTrip’s white label technology is Trondheim, Norway. Local tourist offices are taking mTrip’s technology to create customizable city guides for their visitors’ mobile devices.
Montreal based mobile travel guide company mTrip today announces seven new intelligent travel guides for Stockholm, Sao Paulo, Bangkok, Budapest, Prague, Dubai and Hong Kong for iPhone, iPod touch and Android. Travelers can build itineraries that showcase the best hidden gems of the cities they are visiting. For travelers who immerse themselves in the culture of the cities they are visiting, the new guides will include insider information on what each city has to offer.
In collaboration with Brazilian journalist and local expert Diego Ramos, mTrip presents Sao Paulo Travel Guide 1.2.2 for iOS. Diego helped to create a unique guide for travelers to see the brilliant sights including highly recognized attractions, frequent concerts and experimental theatre and dance. Fire up the intelligent So Paulo travel guide for endless attractions, restaurants, hotels, bars, entertainment and shopping destinations to explore.
Today Montreal-based, mTrip Travel Guides released new city guide applications for Asian cities: Shanghai, Tokyo and Singapore. The travel guides can be purchased directly from the Apple App Store or the Android Market and are available on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. mTrip offers travelers an enhanced experience with automatic and personalized trip itineraries, expert travel guide content, augmented reality, location-based navigation as well as unique sharing features.
After the success of its launch four months ago, Montreal-based mTrip has expanded language support and is now offering its New York travel guide app in Japanese. All content, including the application’s interface and the editorial content of the travel guide has been translated and adapted to Japanese travelers. They can now plan their trip itineraries and tour New York with the mTrip application.
Montreal-based, mTrip Travel Guides has released three new city guides for Dublin, Munich and Istanbul. The travel guides can be purchased directly from the App Store and are available on the iPhone and iPod touch. mTrip offers travelers an enhanced experience with automatic and personalized trip itineraries, augmented reality, location-based navigation, expert and user-generated content as well as unique sharing features.