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Montreal Travel Guide Offline
Montreal Travel Guide Offline
*** cityscouter.com travel guides earned first place in connect magazine’s test of 12 travel guides, beating the likes of Marco Polo, Merian Scout and Beeloop! ***There are many travel guides available for the iPhone/iPad, but here is what sets cityscouter.com guides apart from the rest:• Designed to be used OFFLINE. All articles, events, transport and maps can be viewed without an internet connection.• Augmented Reality - look through the camera on your device and see all the attractions around you!• An up-to-date events guide: Update when you have an internet connection, and hundreds of upcoming events such as concerts, theatre, sporting events, festivals and more will be stored on your device. Updates occur regularly so your guide will never be behind.• Fully zoomable, offline maps that shows your location and points of interest around you (your location is shown on the map). If a travel guide doesn’t have a map, it’s as good as useless.• Professionally written content by locals who know the city well, and not just content taken from Wikipedia like so many other guides.• Major transport lines and stations are stored in the guide. You can view the lines/stations on a map, or find the nearest station to you or any attractions with just a few taps.• Hundreds of points of interest (all searchable) detailing attractions, museums, hotels, bars and cafes, nightlife and more with opening hours, pictures and prices.• Add your own points of interest and plan your trip with the itinerary builder.• Facebook integration so you can show your friends where you've been. Take photos, make an album and upload it.• A tours section where you can book trips relevant to your stay.• Live hotel booking that compares multiple hotel providers to ensure that you always get the best deal.• Full iPad compatibility as well as iPhone and iPod Touch.• English, German, Finnish and French languages are supported for the travel guide content (event section is mostly in English).Read below for more information:The cityscouter.com Montreal travel guide is the perfect companion during your time in the city. It is designed to be used offline so you can avoid expensive roaming fees.Our guides are professionally written and have a huge amount of information about everything this city has to offer. Using your device’s location services, you can also always see what points of interest are around you at any time.The events guide includes hundreds of upcoming events, and is regularly updated. Just click the update button when you have an internet connection, and the events will be stored on your device for offline use.Not only do we have information on hundreds of hotels, but you can check availability and even book online if you haven’t yet found accommodation (internet connection required). The travel guide scours the internet and compares multiple providers of hotels to ensure that you always get the best price. The most important thing to figure out when you arrive in a new city is the transport system. That’s why we’ve included information on all major transport points and lines. These are all viewable on a map, and the "Nearby stations" feature makes it easy to determine where the closest transport is to your current location.Other features include the built in currency converter (converts 45 of the world’s top currencies), a "Want to visit" list where you can mark the attractions you want to see, and a review/notes section.cityscouter.com Travel Guides are available for over 80 cities world wide. Just search iTunes for "cityscouter" to see them all!