Guide of the city of Rome, with an included self-oriented online or optional offline map and other tourist maps like Foro romano, Palatino, San Pietro... The guide uses GPS location and compass to orient the map correctly. It offers 27 itineraries, describe 340 sights, and some practical aspects. It's a real tour guide to visit the city by yourself, with a focus on italian history. You find many features, as exclusive maps or highlights for practical POIs (see screenshots). Texts are written only for this guide, with an historical perspective. There is no ads.
The city guide deserves to be used on a tablet (in portrait mode). No native English speakers can easily translate the articles in their language by clicking long on the text to send it in the clipboard, and then use an external online translator.
You can take pictures with the guide and they will be named with the name of the site, visible in the guide, and stored in a folder you can access.
This guide is is the first of a new JSGuide series where cartography is emphasized but always with the aim of allowing you an independent and relevant visit.