Did a couple of tours in New Orleans, a really great way to do a walking tour and the app generally worked well. On the down side, the Resume and Start buttons are confusing when you haven't started a tour, and a couple of times I lost the GPS function and wasn't able to easily switch between manual mode and GPS mode to catch up. Overall a great idea with a pretty good implementation.
I would not buy anymore tours from this app. I can only speak about the Brooklyn Heights and Bridge tour because that's the only one I took. First of all the tour went through very uninteresting places before it got to the Brooklyn Bridge. Certainly they could have used a more interesting route where it would go past interesting landmarks and attractive parks and buildings instead of along the boring waterfront. The other thing is that the first five stops the app didn't say anything. I finally checked it and it said no GPS. My GPS and location services were both turned on and I finally got it working. Then it seemed to speak at the appropriate time. The girl who did the narrative had a somewhat robotic voice. Overall not worth the $1.99 I paid because it seems there was just a lack of thought into choosing the starting point and the route that was followed. It could have been much better.
App keeps freezing after taking photos. Had to restart phone.
Loved the way I can tell the world how wonderful is my Colombia.
Great app. It does crash if you switch out of it to you camera. But other than that this was a really fun outing
Crashes immediately Nexus 6
* New ways to redeem tours, allowing you to buy VoiceMap tours for customers and friends, or to make a private audio tour
* A fix for an in-app purchase bug. (Thanks to a report from Johannesburg.)
* A fix for some Samsung users who reported a conflict with the camera app. VoiceMap was crashing when you took photos. It shouldn't anymore.
* A bug fix for tour previews. (Thanks to a bug report from Berlin.)
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