GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities

GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities

By GPSmyCity.com, Inc.

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-03-29
  • Current Version: 4.5.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 109.20 MB
  • Developer: GPSmyCity.com, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3
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From 649 Ratings

Description

Lose Yourself Without Getting Lost! Thousands of self-guided walking tours, travel articles, and offline city maps in 1,000+ cities around the world included in this handy app. The app turns your mobile device into a personal tour guide using its built-in GPS functions. The thousands of self-guided walking tours and travel articles will guide you to the landmarks, historical sites, museums, restaurants, nightlife venues and other interesting spots in over 1,000 cities worldwide. All the walking tours and articles included in this app operate OFFLINE without any need of cellular data plan or Internet connection, so you need not worry about expensive roaming when traveling abroad. The app is a must-have for all travelers! The highlights and main features of the app include: * Self-guided walking tours guide you to discover destinations on your own. * Thousands of travel articles make planning a trip really easy. * Detailed offline city maps. * Ability to create your own walking tour to visit the attractions that interest you. * All walking tours come with detailed walking tour maps. * Create self-guided walk to visit the attractions featured in travel article. * The "FindMe" feature displaying your exact location plus Auto Tracking feature displaying your movement on the map, so you always know if you are moving in the right direction. * Get Route function to dynamically create a walk route from your current location to a selected attraction. This revolutionary application makes bus tours obsolete. You no longer need to hop on a tour bus or join a tour group; now you can explore all of the best attractions on your own, at your own pace, and at a cost that is only a fraction of what you would normally pay for a guided tour. This app supports subscription which allows you to access all the walking tours and articles in this app at one low price. How The Annual Subscription Works: * For $12.99 you will get access to the full version functions in all the 480 city walks guides (London, Rome, Paris, Tokyo, etc.) included in this app for one year. Travel articles are not included in this subscription.  * For $12.99, you will get access to the full version functions in all the travel articles in 900+ cities worldwide (London, Rome, Paris, Tokyo, etc.) included in this app for one year. City walks guides are not included in this subscription. * For $18.99, you will get access to the full version functions in all the 480 city walking guides plus travel articles in over 900 cities for one year. Together they cover over 1,000 cities worldwide * A 3-day Free Trial is provided under each subscription upgrade offer. Your account will not be charged anything as long as you cancel the subscription at least 24 hours before the end of the Free Trial. * Your annual subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renewal is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. * Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at the confirmation of the subscription purchase or after the Free Trial has completed. * You may turn off the auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes account settings. Terms of Use: https://www.gpsmycity.com/terms.html Privacy Policy: https://www.gpsmycity.com/privacy-policy.html Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. This app gives you the option to turn off the GPS tracking in the background to prolong the battery life. Note: This app relies on GPS for its navigation functions. For best experience, it is recommended to use the app on iPhone and iPad cellular+wifi models. It is not recommended to use the app on iPad wifi-only models due to lack of built-in GPS support in these models. Visit our website at www.GPSmyCity.com for more information.

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Reviews

  • Simply Doesn’t Work

    1
    By donco6
    Bought this for a visit to AMS. I’m here now and it is utterly useless. No mapping feature at all. Just shows a blank screen when you tap an attraction. And, yes, I downloaded the upgrade and the “offline” maps. Don’t waste your money.
  • GPSmyCity

    5
    By life is just ducky
    Found this app while visiting Savannah. Super helpful! Great app, saved us a ton of time so we were able to see more sights
  • GPSmy city

    1
    By Missica 1996
    Doesn’t take or locate anything not on a tour. Spent 20 minutes trying to get it to take my hotel onto the map as a saved point. Forget about it.
  • Excellent App

    5
    By Dan___L
    It’s easy to use and has the offline GPS feature. It’s definitely worth the money as I paid about $12.95 to use the app to use in Milan, Vienna, Budapest, and Amsterdam for my 12-day trip to Europe. I used the app to pre-plan my trip and used it when I was on location by following the location I marked previously. Advice: Book your hotel AFTER you have marked the places you want to visit with this app so you can book a hotel close to where you will visit. I used the app together with Google Map which tells me what transportations I can take between locations, including walking, taxi or public transportations.
  • Really Wonderful App

    5
    By NLVW
    We are constant travelers and have used this app in so many cities around the world. It is more than worth the cost with great navigation, really insightful suggestions, and up to date information. Those whole claim that Google Maps is its equal are wrong. This is not just a navigation app; it is meant to give details about culture, history, architecture, bars, restaurants, and every other aspect of visiting a city. It is our “go to app” when we first arrive in a new city. The walks are complete and informative. You get way more than you pay for with this fabulous app. Don’t hesitate.
  • Worked well on first use

    4
    By BrianW2012
    Recently used for first trip to Charleston, SC. Used Custom feature to prepare walking tour - worked as designed. Site articles provide insights to addition tour sites. I plan to use app on upcoming trip to Portugal and Spain.
  • Great for the road less traveled

    5
    By PalmTreeMusings
    I travel to some pretty out-of-the-way places, and I’ve found GPSMyCity to be a great substitute for carrying around guidebooks or having to bookmarks lots of travel blogs. I’ve used pre-set routes and Ive created my own. I’d recommend this app for any frequent traveler.
  • I never buy apps

    5
    By Cutter112
    In my life I have now purchased Two apps. AnyList and GPS My city. GPS my city is amazing. It’s locating or tracking feature is better than google maps. We used it for the first time in Strasbourg and it was perfect. Can’t wait to use it in Heidelberg tomorrow. All travelers need this app.
  • Superb travel guide

    5
    By Hannah1133
    I visited Kraków Poland for the first time with my daughter. We thought it would be ideal to have a self-guide in an app to use so we could go on our own schedule to visit sites, and not be limited by the schedule of a regular local guide. I found the GPSmyCity city app and set up a tour in several parts of the city. It worked wonderfully and we had a great day. It really allowed us to go to the sites, learn about them from the description in the app, but also stop in any little shop we found along the way. It has made me think that it is much easier to get to know a city. I am going to use it for my own city of Boston. I highly recommend it even if someone is going to work with a local guide. And I thought the cost to purchase all the data for a city was very reasonable for just 4.99. I did not have any ads to worry about and the app just worked great.
  • Fun way to tour

    5
    By DorothyLouise
    This app is a great way to see a new city or explore one you think you know well. I’ve learned so much! And, you can download the map so you’re not using data as you walk. I especially like the “must see” suggestions!

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