What's NewVersion 3.2
We have refreshed our travel guides for this release, thanks in part to a number of new data sources. Overall, our latest guides have more than 3,000 new destinations worldwide, an 11 percent boost over previous release. In addition, We are pleased to introduce new activities such as diving, kayaking, and whale watching for select locations.
Besides the data update, we have addressed a few issues with Facebook login, such as one where the app may drop the authentication token after it is closed and relaunched. We have also improved the quality of self-guided city walks generated on the device. Finally, you can now attach pictures when sharing your travel story about a place.
Oh, and the codename for this release? Haggis.
App DescriptionThe Iceland Travel guide offers you complete and up to date city guides for Reykjavik and many other travel destinations in Iceland.
Features of the Travel Guide by Triposo:
* This free app brings you city guides for many cities in Iceland including Reykjavik and many more.
* Each travel guide has a sightseeing section with all major monuments.
* For each city in Iceland we have an eating out section with the best restaurants.
* Bars, pubs & nightlife section for all major cities in Iceland.
* An offline map of Iceland and offline city maps for all major cities.
* A phrasebook with useful Icelandic phrases.
* The travel guide has a complete background information on Iceland.
* App works offline.
* Free app - no hidden costs.
What people say:
"Leave your Lonely Planet or Frommers at home. Your phone and a Triposo guide is all you need."
"Triposo works offline and even has an offline map. So no roaming charges. And it's free!"
About our guides:
We make great, interactive travel guides.
To make our guides we use the content that is freely available. Open content sites like Wikitravel, Wikipedia, World66 and Openstreetmap are among the best resources for any traveler. Our mission is to make that content relevant for you. So we mix and mash and annotate - and we distill great, relevant travel guides out of it.
We like open content. In fact some of us were involved in World66, one of the first open content travel guides on the web. Triposo's travel guides are very much a re-mix of open content out there.
Currently we're using content from: Wikipedia, Wikitravel, World66, Open Streetmaps, DMOZ and Chefmoz
We're big fans of these projects. If you stumble across some inaccurate information in this guide, we would appreciate
it if you correct it on the web site of these projects.
July 13, 2014 New version 3.2.4
February 22, 2014 New version 3.2.0
January 29, 2014 New version 3.1.0
October 30, 2013 New version 2.6.4
September 27, 2013 New version 2.6.1
August 07, 2013 New version 2.5.2
February 23, 2013 Initial Release