GPS-Guided Travel App Available at GPSMyCity

November 7, 2016

I’m pleased to announce another one of my blog posts has been turned into an app and is available on GPSMyCity.

You may wonder, “What’s the big deal? I can read the travel post on your blog.” Well, yes, assuming you have access to the internet, you can read my article on my blog.

But what if you don’t have access to the internet? Do you really want to use your data? Better yet, what if you are in a different country, and you don’t have a cell service plan for the place you are visiting?

This is where the new travel app concept offered by GPSMyCity is quite useful. GPSMyCity produces city walk apps for nearly 500 cities worldwide. Want to see the sites in Paris? There’s an app for that. Want to try different restaurants in Malaga, Spain? There’s an app for that. You can download each travel article for FREE and read it whenever you like…in the airport, on the plane or street corner, or wherever!


Should you wish to have a GPS-guided tour and map along with the article, all you have to do is upgrade for $1.99.


For a limited time (Nov 7-13, 2016), my app article “Oslo, Norway and the Outskirts” is available to upgrade to a GPS-guided article for FREE!

To get your FREE upgraded app, just click on the link below and follow the instructions to download the GPSMyCity app. You will then be taken to the page for the article app – click on Upgrade and the app will be automatically linked to an offline map and the GPS navigator.

Oslo, Norway and the Outskirts

Don’t forget the rest of my articles that are available on GPSMyCity:

Adventure in Albuquerque, New Mexico

A Day Tour of Bangkok, Thailand

Castles in Copenhagen, Denmark

Cycling in Copenhagen, Denmark

Cruising Around Gdansk, Poland

The Markets and Cathedrals of Granada, Nicaragua

Dubai, UAE and Its International Appeal

Adventures in Paris, France

Adventures in Paris, France Part 2

Sightseeing in Stockholm, Sweden

Imperial St. Petersburg, Russia

Loved Tallinn, Estonia!

Tour of Tombstone, Arizona

Strolling Around Santiago, Chile

A Walking Tour of Narita, Japan

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