orb3000 · May 25, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Android GlobeTrotter Italian Language

Do you speak Italian and travel a lot? Well, now thanks to XDA member wariat, GlobeTrotter will become your best travel companion. With this application, you can have a real interactive guide for your trips letting you identify all the landmarks close to your location: museums, tourist attractions, monuments, archeological sites, hotels, and more. Moreover, you can take a look at their description, history, and driving directions. It includes over 6000 points of interest, and more than 52,000 geo-referenced Wikipedia articles.
The developer is open for suggestions on how to improve this app. So, please leave your comments.

Originally posted by wariat
** Search nearby points of interest. **
Using the geo location of the phone, you can find the main points of interest around us. For each point of interest found you can search all information about how their history, curiosirtà, indications stradiali to achieve, photos, etc. .. in short, everything to understand what you are seeing.

Search for Hotels Near ** **
Using the geo location of the phone, you can find all the nearby hotels and have all the information you need (such as the type, the stars, the score data from users, etc. ..).

** Research of Wikipedia geo-referenced **
Using the geo location of the phone, you can find all the Wikipedia articles “localized” in the vicinity. Lowed a tourist at your fingertips!

** Read all articles on this site **
And last but not least, is the ability to read comfortably from your phone all articles published on our website. Everything comes with a beautifull graphics specifically designed for low resolution phones.

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