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Based on hand-picked recommendations by Gwyneth Paltrow, City Guides app for iPhone and iPad is a wonderful addition to the Travel category of the App Store which contains loads of things for you and your friends to do in major cities, with unique insights into culture, history, and loads more.The best iPhone apps for rifle shooting
There seems to be a wide variety of ‘things to do’ iOS apps, and I really like the idea behind this multiple city guides app because it certainly caters to a particular type of person while comparable travel utilities are left with a boring, generic collection of content.
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This is a great little travel app which should provide you with plenty of ideas for things to do in major cities, regardless of whether you’re a born and bred native or you just happen to be visiting for a short weekend break.The best Los Angeles apps for iPhone
Currently New York, London, and Los Angeles are contained here, but you can also add more cities in a stylish bookshelf format via in-app purchase.
City Guides contains listings across 20 categories, including where to eat, stay, visit, shop, and more, and you can also see contact information such as addresses and telephone numbers which can be added directly to your native iOS Contacts list.The best Orlando apps for iPhone
What’s more, you’ll find exclusive video content showing some of Gwyneth’s favorite things to do in each city, as well as a five-day weather forecast for each city and direct access to the goop journal via RSS feed.
City Guides is jam-packed with cool ideas for things to do, regardless of your tastes, so I’d definitely recommend making sure your iPhone or iPad is equipped with this cool travel companion app next time you’re in New York, London, or LA.
Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.