MAPS.ME – #1 maps for travels – announced the release of over 600 new City Guides within their iOS and Android app, supplied by ArrivalGuides.
With over 110M+ downloads, MAPS.ME continues to release new content and integrations to best support the needs of its users.
General information within each destination includes a multitude of sections, all of which include photos and mapped points of interest with descriptions. The sections include: Destination Overview, Neighborhoods, Events, Nature & Outdoors, Do & See, Dining, Cafes, Bars & Nightlife, Shopping, Passport/Visa, Best Time to Visit, Airport Information, Public Transportation, Information, Post Office Information, Pharmacy, Telephone, and Electricity, among others.
“We are thrilled that MAPS.ME has chosen ArrivalGuides to help expand their global content library,” said Magnus Aideborn, CEO of ArrivalGuides. “Through this partnership, MAPS.ME will supply their partners with our authentic destination content, input directly by Tourism Boards and destination experts around the world”.
MAPS.ME is a mobile travel application designed to make their users’ travel experience safer and more comfortable. The maps and all built-in features like search, bookmarks and route planning work completely offline and do not require internet connection. What clearly differentiates MAPS.ME is that it covers all the countries and all the cities of the world in one map.
MAPS.ME uses a special data compressing method which makes the size of map files incredibly small, while still maintaining the highest level of detail. As a result, maps are downloaded fast, zooming in and out is very smooth and, equally important, the phone’s memory usage is very efficient.
Today MAPS.ME is represented in all most popular app stores and is among the top 5 travel apps on the App Store and Google Play in almost all countries. MAPS.ME started in 2011 and its user base has reached 110 million downloads.
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All our destination guides are displayed on www.arrivalguides.com