Acoustiguide’s Smartour apps enable museums, galleries and heritage sites to provide visitors new access to art and cultural treasures on their own mobile devices, offering a rich and engaging experience. With museum-goers on our minds, Smartour is designed to offer a mobile multimedia tour of any collection or exhibition, which can be taken before, during or after a museum visit, from anywhere, at any time, and in multiple languages.
Now on iPad and Android
In addition to Smartour for iPhone and iPod Touch, we now offer Smartour on iPad and Android based-devices as well. Users can download our Smartour apps from iTunes as well as from the Google Android Market.
Smartour apps can be downloaded from www.acoustiguide.com/tours-apps, and QR codes are available to make accessing the applications even easier.
GPS and More New Features
Thanks to the multiple platforms available for Smartour, visitors can choose to explore tour content using their personal devices. And now they can explore your content with an expanded variety of user-interface hierarchies and selections that add:
• Thumbnail matrix to the traditional numeric keypad
• Numbered exhibit list / categorized list
• Interactive map
• Search function
• Cover flow images
Smartour’s new GPS activation allows users to locate themselves on the automatically-activated map, navigate their way, and select points-of-interest on outdoor walking tour apps!
Since its launch, Smartour Apps have been used by many more clients and users, in many countries. Recent projects include apps created for the Quest for Immortality special exhibition at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and the Osamu Tezuka exhibition, both in Taipei; Collecting Matisse and Modern Masters: The Cone Sisters of Baltimore prestigious exhibition hosted at the Jewish Museum in New York; Odilon Redon l’audioguide exhibition at the Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, and Cranach l’audioguide exhibition at Musée de Luxembourg, both in Paris; Not Just NED exhibition at the National Museum of Australia and Mrs. PM exhibition just-opened at the Museum of Australian Democracy; Detroit Institute of Arts, Diego Rivera’s Detroit Industry murals – all specially designed to be used on iPads on-site; The renewed Israel Museum and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, both in Jerusalem; and more….
- Availability on iPhone, iPod, iPad and Android-based devices
- Social media integration available: Facebook, Twitter and email functionalities
- QR codes put either on online or offline sources, enable quick download Smartour puts great emphasis on richer user experiences (UX)
Check out Acoustiguide’s Smartour apps
Download our Smartour apps easily from
www.acoustiguide.com/tours-apps with QR Codes!