Comprehensive Google Maps provides map, satellite and hybrid views
Zoom out in and out, move around the map easily
Separate pin marking every attraction and listing
Media content triggered by user or GPS as you get close
Attractions and services listed by location and category
Users can sort by Nearest, Alphabetically, "Recommended Routes"
Built-in video player is very easy to use.
Operates in landscape orientation for optimum viewing
An affordable way to seize the future
Forget hard-to-fold maps and bulky tour books. Print promotion is migrating to smart phones: they make so much sense for
someone on the move. But developing your own smart phone app from scratch can be expensive and time-consuming. Instead, get your foot in the door with an effective but inexpensive listing on Go Explore Canada.
Basic Subscription: $299 a year. This gets your attraction a pin on the Go Explore Canada map. The phone's GPS locates the user on the map and shows them your pin. When they tap on your pin, up comes a description of your business or attraction, including text, a photo, and contact information. Users can also easily visit your website, and use the phone's GPS system to find their way straight to your door.
Multimedia Package: $600 a year. We help you present and organize slideshows and videos that show you at your best. We host the media on our servers and transmit them to users on demand.
Users love Go Explore Canada:
One of the 10 best Canadian Android apps - Appolicious user So you've arrived in Canada. What next? This app has tours based on your province, city, and what kinds of tourism you're into. I definitely can vouch that the Toronto 'Fun' tour hits all the major amusing activities/sites in the city and surrounding areas.
One of the 10 best Canadian iPhone apps - Appolicious user It's not just a national anthem anymore! O! Canada is now a curated list of the apps I say every Canadian should have. Eh. Go Explore Canada is not a bad introduction to places if you're new to a Canadian city or just visiting.
We are coders, designers, content creators
Go Explore Everywhere is a unique partnership between a Canadian multimedia production firm and a Texas software developer focussed on the travel and tourism industry.
Pedersen Productions has produced a variety of network television and online video, including the Canadian version of The Antiques Roadshow. The Halifax-based company is now focussing on the creation of content for mobile apps, and is the authorized reseller of BarZ software in Canada.
BarZ Adventures is based in Austin, Texas, and has been developing GPS-based tourism software and hardware since 2005. Its products and tours are available at tourist destinations across the United States, including a number of U.S. National Parks.