TapMob introduces Romans 1.0 for iOS. The Romans app, created by local business TapMob, will give visitors to the town and its museum an in-depth experience of Roman Cirencester. The app, available for iPhone and iPad, provides a tour of Roman Cirencester taking in the key archaeological sites, an enhanced tour of the Museum plus teacher and pupil learning resources for primary and secondary schools.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "city guide."
Free Audio Tours from UrbanWonderer Uncover the Secrets of New York City
Fall is the perfect season to explore New York City on foot, and the new UrbanWonderer Audio Tours iPhone app offers free, GPS-driven, self-guided sightseeing tours for first time visitors and business travelers, as well as native New Yorkers.
Bizzy is Perfect Mix of Yelp and Foursquare
I'm a big fan of Foursquare and while I like leaving "tips" at the places I check-in at and earning badges such as "I'm on a boat", I've always wanted more integration of a rating system for the places I've explored kind of like Yelp offers.
Food Truck Trackers: 8 Apps to Follow That Truck!
Download one of these top food truck trackers for the iPhone and before you know it you'll be joining the hungry masses in the hunt for mobile munchies.
Justyourtrip New York Turns Your iPhone into a Tour Guide
The rough economy has definitely made its mark on travel. One solution to the problem of not having all that much money has been the infinitely depressing “staycation.” The other, better way to do it is to make traveling a lot cheaper.
ItalyGuides: Vatican Museum Tour Shows You Places You Might Not Otherwise See
If you're planning to take a trip to Rome, Italy, the Vatican will undoubtedly be on your itinerary. When you go, take along ItalyGuides: Vatican Museum Tour, from ComPart Multimedia. It’s a pocket tour guide that will help you navigate through the Vatican’s many museums and treasures with the least amount of wear on your shoes and lower back.
Put Manhattan's SOHO Shopping District in Your Pocket
SOHOinmypocket, from AppFury, LLC, is a straightforward directory and location-aware navigation app that informs you of what’s around you and how to get there. In this case, it’s New York City’s famed SOHO and NoLita districts, a 50-block area of Manhattan replete with restaurants, galleries, funky little shops and other retail outlets.
mPassport Paris Helps You Find Medical Assistance in the City of Lights
mPassport Paris – One of my biggest fears, beyond losing my wallet or passport, when traveling abroad is that I might be injured in an accident, come down with a serious bug or get some other illness.
Master SF transit schedule with iBART Live
Riding the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) trains are an essential part of life in the San Francisco Bay Area. Whether you live there or plan to visit, iBART Live can help you get around a bit easier.
Not For Tourists Manhattan City Guide Debuts in App Store
I don’t live in New York, but if I did or were to travel there, I would have no qualms about taking along the Not For Tourists Manhattan City Guide on my iPhone. If you’ve ever seen the Not For Tourists book series, the comprehensive award-winning city guides available for several US cities, including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and Washington D.C., as well as one for London, then you are already familiar with the Not For Tourists style.
2009 Presidential Inauguration App Guides You Through D.C.
Planning on having your iPhone with you at the inauguration? If so, a new app from PointAbout is a worthy companion for your journey. The app aims to live up to its name - 2009 Presidential Inauguration Guide. It is designed as an all-in-one resource on your iPhone that will do everything from providing mass transit information to finding the nearest Starbucks.
Vegas Mate is a Helpful Travel Guide to Sin City
Vegas Mate, the recently released city guide app by the Vegas Media Group, provides very useful information for anyone going to Sin City. Vegas Mate provides lists of hotels, restaurants, shows and activities are the main focus of the app.
Where To Leads Straight to Google Maps for Quick, Easy Navigation
Where To is a nice front end intended to make your iPhone or iPod Touch act more like a portable GPS such as the TomTom or Magellan. It's basically a slick user interface for the Google Maps function already built into the iPhone. But underneath this simple explanation Where To is an awesome time-saving adventure starter.
BlackBook is the Definitive Hip Urban Guide
There are several good restaurant review apps in the AppStore (my personal favorite is UrbanSpoon), but they all suffer from clutter - the hip, trendy sushi spot that you really want to go to is listed right next to the neighborhood Jack in the Box.