Alternative products to Kaktus App

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Kaktus App
Find locals based on your interests & explore city together
Visiting a new city? Find a local who matches your personality and let him/her show you around. No more boring tours with universal guides. Explore only what you're interested in. Both paid & free.
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Spotted by Locals 2.0 is an app full of city guides curated by handpicked locals in 70+ cities who write about their favorite spots. Version 2.0 is a completely rebuilt app for iOS & Android.

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Bart van Poll
Bart van Poll- Co-founder @spottedbylocals
Features quirky but important cities (mostly capitals) like Podgorica, Prishtina, Skopje, that you wouldn't otherwise think of visiting!
Bart van Poll
Bart van Poll- Co-founder @spottedbylocals
To find hidden gems by handpicked locals - always up to date - 100% offline. Disclaimer: I'm co-founder!
Bart van Poll
Bart van Poll- Co-founder @spottedbylocals
I like to hang out where the locals hang out & hate tourist highlights.
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tnooz
It's been a decade since travel guide app Spotted by Locals first opened shop. This week, the company launched the latest iteration of its app. Redesigned and completely rebuilt for both Androids and iPhones, this newest version of the app is faster, but it also allows users to add their own locations to the map, including hotels or visitor highlights not fo… See more
Nytimes
Test Run It's now easier than ever to get travel advice from locals, and you don't even have to talk to them in person. Sure, you can still ask a stranger where to find some good sushi, but there is no guarantee they will be interested in, or qualified to, help you.
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An app that's your local guide and intimate travel journal.

Firef.ly is a smart, location-based mobile app that distills the best of trip planning, travel guides, journalling, sharing and personalised mementos, designed for today’s smartphone-enabled traveller.

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Shawn Low
Shawn Low- Co-founder, Firef.ly (travel app)
Smart travel journal with curated recommendations across several major cities (Singapore, NYC, London, Paris) etc.
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Mashable
With Facebook taking more swipes at Snapchat and courts upholding your right to take selfies while you vote, you may have missed some of this week's best new apps. Each weekend, we round up a few of our favorite new and updated apps.
Voyager's World
Firef.ly is a mobile app that helps people connect the dots of their travel life cycle. It has a map-based journal that captures where one has been and one's moments such as photos, notes, video, weather, etc., apart from giving relevant recommendations for places to eat, sleep, stay and play.
Disrupt 100
Concept Firef.ly is a rolling travel memoir that offers curated travel recommendations based on your interests. Firef.ly helps you discover interesting places, by getting to know you. It provides you with personalised guided content while in a destination. All this information is wrapped up in curated moments in the form of a beautiful map-based journal.
TODAYonline
Singapore - You can say that Shawn Low is a Singaporean who is abroad a lot. The former writer-editor at Lonely Planet (who authored 14 titles on various topics from Australia to the Trans-Siberian rail) and host of National Geographic's Roads Less Travelled has made a dream job his career.
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Travel and local guide based on the social recommendations

Five Claps is a revolutionary app that lets you share digital “high fives” with your social circle. Whether you want to tell the world about a delicious filet mignon you had at a new restaurant, or a kid friendly lodging space that you rented recently our app lets you do just that. There is no limit to what you can recommend.

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