You will have your very own mobile app listed on Apple's App Store and on Google's Play Store. All enterprise plan features are included for white-label customers. Here are some of the apps that we have been working on lately. Contact us to get started on your own.
Enjoy trips, trails, and tours from across the south-central Tennessee region. Don’t just travel Tennessee, Experience Tennessee. We would like to welcome you with open arms to a place we consider the heart of southern hospitality. Visit us with the expectation of making lifelong memories and experience goosebumps motivated by excitement and emotion. In Tennessee it is easy to get caught up in the beauty of rolling hills, towering mountains, and roaring rivers. The mist of waterfalls falling from the heavens lift away worry and doubt, while the aromas of our sour mash whiskies make their way down from the ridges and into the hollars, wrapping themselves around your senses with a smell of the sweet American history.
The Downtown Pittsfield App allows you to take Pittsfield, Massachusetts walking tours on your phone, including tours that change monthly as part of First Fridays Artswalk. Use the follow-me feature to see where you are as you navigate to different points of interest. If you'd prefer to stray from the path and not be confined to the tour route, you can take tours in "free roam" mode. Virtual tours can also be enabled if you're not physically in the area, or when you're in planning mode and just want an overview of the tour before making your visit. The Downtown Pittsfield App uses GPS to give you the confidence and direction to explore and discover the places around you, while learning about history and culture. Use the Downtown Pittsfield App to explore art shows and outdoor, public art as part of First Fridays Artswalk and Pittsfield’s Artscape, as well as other downtown initiatives and events brought to you by Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. and the Downtown Pittsfield Cultural Association.
Musical walking tours exploring African Americans and Black music history in NYC.
On Site Opera, NYC's pioneering site-specific opera company, once again re-defines the immersive opera experience with "The Road We Came," a new opera- and song-based project that explores the composers, musicians and places that define the rich Black history of New York City through a series of self-guided, musical walking tours. Celebrating a collection of never-recorded and seemingly lost classical compositions by Black composers, "The Road We Came" uses filmed musical performances and spoken narration to connect audiences to the musical timeline of Harlem, Midtown/Hell’s Kitchen and Lower Manhattan. From the home and texts of the prolific poet Langston Hughes, to Lincoln Center, to the African Burial Ground National Monument, and beyond, "The Road We Came" will open windows to the past and re-frame the present. "The Road We Came" is a multi-media collaboration between On Site Opera, Ryan & Tonya McKinny’s Keep the Music Going Productions, award-winning biographer and Harlem historian Eric K. Washington, and GRAMMY-winning baritone Kenneth Overton, who is the featured soloist of the tours.
Welcome to The Avenue Concept’s interactive, self-guided public art tours! Whether you’re walking, riding, or driving, these comprehensive tours will help you explore dozens of murals and sculptures throughout Providence, RI, and other cities in the state. You can do as much or as little as you like, mix it up, do it backwards, stop in the middle and save some for later, only go to the sculptures or only to the murals – whatever you choose. These tours were designed to help you see the greatest number of artworks in one day.
History lovers here’s an app designed with you in mind! Get ready to capture the romance and adventure of Salem’s yesteryears with this entertaining, enlightening, and encompassing self-guided walking experience with over 35 narrated stops, historical photos, and 60+ minutes of historically accurate information.
There’s no substitute for experiencing a college’s campus environment in real life. The Campus Tour de Force app makes it easy. Designed for college-bound students and their families, Campus Tour de Force provides guided walking or drive-thru tours that are endorsed by the respective college’s admissions office. Each tour takes you to curated campus highlights and provides key information about essential facilities and related programs. Yes, you can safely and conveniently see more college campuses —and make more informed decisions about where you want to apply, or where you might want to schedule an official campus visit for further exploration. Whether you happen to be in the neighborhood and want to learn more about a college or you are actively creating your college list, Campus Tour de Force takes you there!
Tucked into the Northwest corner of South Carolina, Lake Hartwell Country is a place filled with discoveries for the outdoor adventurer. Explore dozens of waterfalls, beautiful mountains, craft breweries, three major lakes, a Wild and Scenic river, and so much more. These tours will help you explore one of the most undiscovered sections of the Appalachian Mountains. Get out and enjoy all that there is to see and do in Lake Hartwell Country!
The Visit Clinton Iowa app is a tourism tool that aims to connect local attractions, businesses, and events to visitors in the town. With the app, you will be able to find updated information on recreational trails, places to stay, places of interest, and local tours. Find out more of what happens in a town with a river view.
The South Coast Artists Open Studio Tour runs annually on the third weekend of July and August on the South Coast Region of RI and MA. The SCA mobile app is an electronic version of the printed brochure map, giving visitors to the studios a new way to explore the tour.
A walking tour map featuring sites of importance to Native peoples across the Nation’s capital. The Guide emphasizes Indigenous peoples’ contributions to Washington, DC, highlights the historical and contemporary federal tribal policy developed in the city, and acknowledges the peoples whose homelands upon which the District of Columbia was built.