Back in the day when Ellie and I used to organize a trip it took us typically longer than the trip itself. Researching places, reading about them from as many sources as possible and then saving everything relevant so we can have it while on the road. It was tough. And time consuming.
Just about around this time we started the blog and not long after we were introduced to GPS my City app. I’ll put in in numbers: it saves you a good 70% of the time you’d typically spend to research a place (especially if you’re as curious as us).
Today we’d like to introduce you to this very same app. What’s even cooler is that we get to do this with our very own articles!
If you’re planning a trip to Bulgaria any time soon, please be our guest and download our article for free. What’s the benefit of that? The benefit is that you can save all the information on your phone (including navigation guidelines) and reach out to it any time you need it.
Here are the benefits of using a travel app like GPS my City for your journeys:
- Download the articles you enjoy on your phone and open them to look up info anytime, anywhere, without the need of a WiFi;
- Use navigation without draining your precious roaming data
Yes, things are much better after the drop of the roaming charges in the European Union, but if you’re downtown London during a working day, for example, you’ll struggle finding even mere phone coverage let alone any internet connection);
- Create your own walks based on tons of blog content
Mix and match pieces from various bloggers that allow you to have all the really interesting info about a place. Plus, you’ll never have to remember the exact name of the cocktail you wanted to order!
- Listen to the articles!
If you don’t feel like reading a bunch of articles just play the audio on your phone while you’re getting ready for your adventure in the morning.
Need I say more? Just click the link on your mobile and download the “What’s so special about the Russian Church in Sofia?” article.
One more bonus: for a limited time only (until the 3rd of March) you’ll be able to upgrade the app for free and activate the GPS navigate function.