Esplorio 2.0

Automatically create a beautiful travel journal



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Gillian Morris — CEO, Hitlist
This feels like it should be native to iOS or Android.. it's a seamless way to track where you've been and share with the people you love. I've seen a lot of companies try to do things like this but Esplorio wins in my book for its battery efficiency, design, and easy searching. It's a perfect way to track & share your upcoming holiday trips!
Essa Saulat — Cofounder at Esplorio
@gillianim Thanks so much! Since we were last hunted, we’ve been in constant touch with our users to learn how to best improve the app and have built a tonne of new features in Esplorio 2.0, making sure it’s the best way to help people record and share their travels 😀 Of all the new features, the two that things we’re most excited about are:

- My Places: A way for users to browse/search all the places they’ve visited in the past.
- Arc Detection: We’ve built a unique new system that has the highest quality GPS tracking and lowest battery usage of any other app of its kind.

On top of that, we’ve made changes throughout the app to make your content stand out, plus new views like a 3D globe view of your trip, and tonnes of changes to make the experience of using Esplorio seamless.
Lex — Founder at
@essasaulat cool, congrats on this new release guys!
Essa Saulat — Cofounder at Esplorio
@loudijk Thanks Lex :D :D
Jonathan B Strong — Softlayer Community Development Manager
I'm going on a trip over Christmas where I won't have much WiFi/Data. Would Esplorio work in that kind of situation?
Tim Fernando — CEO, Esplorio
Hi @jonbstrong, absolutely.
Esplorio will work offline without a data connection for weeks at a time. We keep your data stored offline and then sort it out when you get access to wifi or are back on your home network. So you get all the features including automatic place detection without any roaming bills :-)

Here’s an example of some guys who used it when driving a Toyota Yaris to Mongolia with _very_ limited data!
Essa Saulat — Cofounder at Esplorio
@jonbstrong We also tried the app at 10,000 feet without any mobile signal and it still worked, as you can see here :D
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