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Detour 2.0
Explore cities with guided audio tours
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Travel and experience trips with locals

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Pavan Sethi- building things.
Airbnb is very well-known for their great design. While they continue to add new features to their website and app, they are able to maintain the simplistic design they had from the beginning.
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Anne-Laure Le Cunff
Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Entrepreneur
I love Airbnb Trips. You can manage your trip in one place, from accommodation to tours with local hosts.
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A new way to explore hundreds of cities on foot. It's free!

Sidekix is a smart walking and urban discovery app which offers routes according to your interests.

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Jenny Drezin- Co-Founder, Sidekix
Helps you avoid FOMO when you travel so you won't miss our on cool things around you when exploring around town.
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latimes.com
Skip the tourist bus and see the sights on foot with the help of this app. Name: Sidekix What it does: The app helps travelers find local points of interest, creates a walkable itinerary and navigates the route. Cost: Free Available: In the App Store, requires iOS 8.0 or later.
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Explore city guides curated by experts.

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Lonely Planet is an amazing company for travellers and this app is no exception. I wish they had more places on there but what they do have is pretty awesome. I expect nothing less from LP
Lisheng Chang
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Explore city guides curated by experts.
Guillaume Broder
Guillaume Broder- Mobile Developer
A really great app with nice guides and all the best places to see. You an also download the guide to read offline which can be really helpful.
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Waze for things to do 🗺

Maply is a crowdsourced map for discovering breaking news and local events.

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Austin Business Journal
Four entrepreneurs visited me for a half-hour each during my first Capital Factory Office Hours on June 16. The startups they founded comprised: * A company that supplies robots to clean pool debris; * A map app that shows what's happening in an area - live artist shows, parties, food trucks, etc.; * A stock-trading game app that teaches players how to inves… See more
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The entrepreneurs who founded Maply as undergrads at the University of Missouri will be plunging into the startup full-time in June. The creators of the location-based app for discovering and sharing events have raised $300,000 of seed funding and are relocating to Austin, Texas, in hopes of accelerating their company's growth.
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App with self-guided tours from locals

Surprise Me is an easy way to share insider knowledge about the city hidden spots without organizing tours personally. Enthusiastic locals, guides and travel bloggers create self-guided tours. Travelers buy them and pass using our mobile app.

Publish your unique tours on your personal page in Surprise Me or in our store absolutely free and earn.

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The most Instagrammable photo spots around the world 📸🌎

Instalist is a curated collection of beautiful, unique places to discover and immortalize, starting with 100 awesome photo spots. Explore, contribute, and make new friends by joining the community.

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Medium
On the first day of my marketing internship at Google back in 2012, I was assigned to help with the launch of the Google Art Project in Paris. The team was worried because their agency still hadn't delivered the website, which they needed to share all the necessary marketing content with museums around the world.
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