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Rashminotes blog articles available on GPSmyCity

Lose Yourself Without Getting Lost!” this is the tagline of GPSmyCity which is indeed really apt.  An app available on iOS and Android, GPSmyCity has over 6500 self-guided walking tours, travel articles, and offline city maps in 1,000+ cities around the world. The app has the power to turn your mobile device into a personal tour guide using its built-in GPS functions.

Perfect for travellers who enjoy exploring cities on foot, the app once installed on your device, turns it into a personal tour guide. Each article/walk comes with a detailed travel route plotted on an offline map, enabling you to explore the local highlights and hidden gems on your own.

Here are a few sample articles on the GPSmyCity app:

I am happy to announce that the following articles are available for download on GPSmyCity. The links are as under:

Naples, Florida: Sunshine, Sand and Sea – https://www.gpsmycity.com/blog/5890
Canterbury, England: of Ancient History Set in Stone – https://www.gpsmycity.com/blog/5889

Starting today (17-Jul-2019) up until 23-Jul-2019) you can upgrade this GPS-guided travel article at no cost just to try it out!   
Stein am Rhein: A Perfect Day Trip from Zurich – https://www.gpsmycity.com/blog/5891

So how do you get these articles?

A) click on a link for an article above (if you haven’t already downloaded the free GPSmyCity app, you will see a prompt to do so). After downloading the app, you will be directed to the article, where you can choose upgrade to get the GPS-guided version. You can still read it for free if you want, but it will not have GPS and it cannot be saved to your phone for offline use.

B) Or from the GPSmyCity app, you can browse by city to see which articles are available.

 Download the GPSmyCity app for Apple here and for Android here.

So what are you waiting for? Download GPSmyCity today and travel with more control, calm and confidence!

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