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Photographic Mobile Guides Take Travelers On Virtual Adventures

Photographic Mobile Guides Take Travelers On Virtual Adventures
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Fotopedia's nine free apps provide an online passport to different cultures and locations around the world.

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 april 2012

Fotopedia features a catalog of photography apps that guide the viewer through beautiful locations and sights around the world. Founded by Jean-Marie Hullot, a computer scientist who previously worked at Apple, the startup is growing in popularity, with over 10 million downloads of its nine free apps.

Photographic Guides Inspire Travelers To Plan Their Next Adventure

Fotopedia’s apps for the iPhone and iPad focus on different themes and places, such as North Korea, Paris, Japan, Heritage, Wild Friends and Women of the World. It’s National Parks app has recently been updated and includes 3,000 stunning photos by renowned professional photographer QT Luong. The high resolution pictures of the 58 parks in the USA, including Yosemite, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and Glacier National Park take full advantage of the new iPad Retina display.

Photographic Guides Inspire Travelers To Plan Their Next Adventure

The apps aim to inspire travelers to plan their next adventure. You can discover unexpected amazing vistas with the ‘Smart Suggestions’ feature, learn more about points of interest by reading text descriptions, keep track of your favorite destinations, compose a travel itinerary and share the photos via email, Facebook and Twitter.

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