Museum Of Natural History Launches An iPhone App

Museum Of Natural History Launches An iPhone App
technology

The "Explorer" application offers visitors a custom navigation system and a personal tour guide.

Courtney Boyd Myers
  • 30 july 2010

This week, the American Museum of Natural History launched its “Explorer” application, for visitors to use as a custom navigation system and a personal tour guide. The app, which was developed by Spotlight Mobile, funded by Bloomberg, and runs on a Wi-Fi network implemented by Cisco and Accenture, is available for free in the iTunes store and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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