“Five favorite travel apps of 2011” -BBC Travel
Go exploring with Broadcastr and transform your phone into a multimedia guide to the world.
Broadcastr bring the world around you to life by delivering multimedia content directly to your phone based on your location. Learn more about the architecture of a building straight from the architect. Listen to historians, comedians, food fanatics, sports fans and more as they put their stories on the map. Follow your favorite broadcastrs and add your own broadcasts.
-Know where you stand: Open the app to instantly wake up images, audio, and text about your location (video support coming in version 3.0!).
-Thousands of amazing stories and free tours created by experts and users.
-Professional content from more than 100 partners, ranging from Fodor’s Travel Guides to the 9/11 Memorial.
-Geoplay mode enables hands-free playback of the stories nearest you.
-Follow other broadcastrs, comment on stories, and share your discoveries to Facebook and Twitter.
-Add your own stories and contribute to a growing layer of living history, anecdote, entertainment, and information that spans the world.
Amid the countless digital ways we now record everything in our lives, Broadcastr showed me how fun it is to sit back and listen to voices from around the globe. Perhaps oral histories aren’t dead, they just have a new home on the web. - Time Techland
It's the perfect way to share vacation stories or to dispense your thoughts about a particularly personal locale. -The Washington Post
Go give it a listen; you too might hear something interesting just around the corner. -Techcrunch
That said, the exploration aspect – searching the world from random stories – is one of the most enjoyable social experiences I’ve ever heard. -Forbes
Get Awesome Guided Tours Around The World With New Broadcastr App -Business Insider
Also works as great discovery tool for exploring personal and historical stories in new places. -CNN