Big Update for GlobeTrotter App Adds More Languags and More Countries
Traveling the world is the dream of countless people from all over Earth. People from the west want to go east and vice versa. People from the north think about going south and vice versa.
As we’ve talked about previously, there aren’t many better apps than GlobeTrotter to use if you plan on traveling across this humble planet of ours and, with a couple of recent updates, it hasn’t gotten anything but better.
XDA Member wariat has been making as much progress as possible to make GlobeTrotter the premier app for travelers, with points of interest and language support for many countries. Very recently, wariat has added a huge update to GlobeTrotter, which includes even more languages supported and an update list of points of interest for the following countries:
So for those who intend on traveling abroad in the near future and want an app on their phone that’ll help them get acquainted with their new surroundings, you can find the original thread for the app here for links to the Market app, screen shots and a full list of the updates.
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