Montreal Travel Guide Offline

Montreal Travel Guide Offline

Developed by eTips LTD

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2010-02-16
  • Current Version: 3.0.17
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 111.20 MB
  • Developer: eTips LTD
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 12 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Montreal Travel Guide Offline App Ratings: 3
3
Based on 12 Reviews
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Montreal Travel Guide Offline App Description

SPECIAL FEATURES - AUGMENTED REALITY - AR - STOP CARRYING BOOK GUIDES!!! - 100% OFFLINE TRAVEL GUIDE - OFFLINE METRO MAP - ZOOMABLE 100% REGIONAL OFFLINE MAPS - PICS GALLERY - LOCAL FRENCH AUDIO - GPS CAPABLE - INTERACTIVE POINTS OF INTEREST on the maps showing public bus stops, restaurants, pubs, hotels, hospitals, museums, theatres, and many others. - DAILY BASED ITINERARIES - BUDGET BASED HOTELS & RESTAURANTS - WHERE, WHAT & HOW TO SHOP - NIGHTLIFE ACTIVITIES - CITY TIPS, MOVING AROUND, COMMUTING - SAFETY TIPS - IPHONE, IPOD TOUCH & IPAD COMPATIBILITY ------------------------------------------ PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Stop carrying heavy city tours guide in your pocket. TRAVEL LIGHT!!! With Etips Travel Guides you have a full city guide in your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. This tourist guide is built to be used offline. No connection to Internet required, meaning no extra charges in your phone bill!! AUGMENTED REALITY, unlike other tourist guides you will be able to discover the city with the best iPhone and iPad tool - AR - Just click on the AR button, turn yourself 360° and view on the screen where the best spots are and how to find them. You can also scroll up and down to view the closest and furthest attraction. After many requests, we bring to you your own steps with a GPS feature. Do not get lost, just take a look where you are standee. It is a very practical city guide since it is designed to be used by itineraries. There are 4 different itineraries for the city depending on the duration of your journey. We also provide tips and advices to travellers, how to get into the city, how to move around, where to shop, where to go at night, most popular places, safety tips, etc... Unlike other guides, Etips Travel Guide provides you with interactive zoomable OFFLINE MAPS (x6 zoom + GPS capable) of the region showing the attractions, public bus stops, restaurants, pubs, hotels, hospitals and many other useful points of interest. You cannot get lost!. With this guide, you will not only visit the city but also move around its region. Tourist info for must see attractions such as Old Montreal, Montreal City Hall, Place Jacques-Cartier, Nelson's Column, Old Port of Montreal, Montreal Clock Tower, Lachine Canal, Olympic Stadium, Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Market, Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, Notre-Dame Basilica, Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum, Notre-Dame Street, Saint Lawrence River, Quartier international de Montréal, Tour de la Bourse, among others. The travel guide is made based on travelers advices. Unlike other city guides, we can guarantee we have already visited these places and would like to give you a fancy and practical tool to make your visit a more enjoyable one. If you have any information or feedback or if you want to see something new, please feel free to contact us at: contact@etips.com Discover more travel apps at www.etips.com Follow us @ facebook.com/etips.travel

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App Reviews

  • Very good guide

    5
    By A sunrise lover
    Very nice and very informative about the city of Montreal and around! Highly recommended!
  • Nothing useful in free version

    1
    By SbInAz
    Attractive, maybe even well designed, but vacuous in the free version. Also the about us is this useless info for Sydney...
  • Don't buy it

    1
    By Geronimo de Cuesta
    This application is a waste. First, the map does not zoom to a level that you can read the name of the streets. Second, the markers show icons where the places are located but does not offer the option to help you navigate from wherever you are to your desired destination. Even the markers for the metros stops don't have the names of the stops, so you are left with no useful information Third, the maps,of the circuits of buses , train, and metro, are totally useless. You will have a better chance to understand maps in Japanese with you not understanding Japanese, that figuring our the crowded lines with a poor zoom option. Last, I wish there were reviews BEFORE so I wouldn't have bought this useless crap. Even the written guides of the places seems to have been pulled out of a Google search, cut, and pasted by a 4th grade student for his elementary school project. I was fooled by the fact that it was created in 2016 and thought probably the creators of this app (if it could be called that) would have improved other apps created years before. WHAT A WASTE. I WANT MY MONEY BACK!
  • Nice concept, poor execution

    1
    By sbr517
    This app is mediocre at best. Not at all worth the $3.99 I paid for it. First of all, it's very buggy on iPhone 6s (the nav button is halfway down the screen in a weird place). After purchasing maps and info for 1 city, it constantly tells me I haven't downloaded maps for other cities in Canada (that are 3+ hours away). Every single time you open the app this happens. It gives a shot description for each neighboorhood and lists attractions, but you can't link to the descriptions of those attractions. The "itineraries" are really just long lists of places to go with no descriptions or other info about them (where exactly they are, cost, time to visit, etc). There are maps, but you can't zoom in or see street addresses so it's virtually unusable without a secondary map with zoom. You could spend the same amount of time searching google for free and get better info. And of course, browsing the map and finding an attraction that way does NOT mean you can click on it and get to the decription for it, which may or may not be buried elsewhere in the app. Oh, and the "back" button usually sends me back to the home screen instead of where I just was, so it is very annoying to have to navigate back and forth between the map and individual descriptions every time. The "offline" concept is nice and does work, but at least in Montreal is not necessary as most all public attractions have wifi. I have yet to visit an attraction here that does not have free wifi. The "metro app" section only gives a list of stations, so you have to already know exactly what station you are nearest to and which one nearest your destination. NOT helpful if you don't know the city and have no idea what that would be. Again, google maps is free and tells me exactly what trains/ busses to take from point A to B, so I can literally just type in a destination while connected to wifi and go. No figuring out where you are and what station is nearest. You have to figure out where you are every time, and then figure out which trains to take, and then how to get to each station, etc. What would I need this for when I could just be using a paper map (which would probably take LESS time)?? Have not actually tried the augmented reality feature, but if it also doesn't let you link to info about each place, that it is as useless as the other features. I was hoping for some actual real info with this app (an actual itinerary maybe) but that is not the case. Save your money and use wifi and Google. Or spend less time planning your trip with paper maps and guide books. This app is a nice concept, but extremely poor execution.
  • Highly recommended

    5
    By quico78
    Awesome tool. Really well made!
  • Just what i was looking for

    5
    By VamosMenems
    Great travel guide, useful, great app, well made. AR is a huge plus!!!
  • Not worth the price

    1
    By Woodyvt
    Basically a cut and paste of the local sites....not a lot of listings for restaurants. Does not have local events. Not updated! Found more on the free map from hotel!! How do I get a refund? Would not recommend at all.
  • Short of Expectations

    2
    By ca2ernie
    Disappointed by the lack of information on art museums, hotels, and eating places. The French language phases section was very interesting but I would suggest the speaker speak a little slower and add English phonetics with each phase. Since we have a day on our own before joining a tour, I will try to use the app.

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