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Roundabout helps travelers and urban explorers alike discover new points of interest, share untold stories, and enrich life's journey.
- Compatible with (Devices must have IOS 7.0 or higher) iPhone 4 and higher, iPad, and iPod touch, the free app can be downloaded at the iTunes App Store.
- Users can identify specific points on a map, tell their story, upload images and share fascinating stories with others.
- As travelers go about their journey, points of interest appear so they can discover previously unknown tales and historical facts about interesting people and landmarks.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Discovering information about historical sites, local folklore, monuments-and even "oddities"-just got easier and more enjoyable for travelers and urban explorers with the new Roundabout App.
The free app takes the tradition of oral history to the next level and creates an environment to share stories of people and places that might otherwise go unnoticed or forgotten. Key features of Roundabout include:
"From long road trips to walking excursions through your hometown, Roundabout creates an entirely unique way for people to discover and engage with the stories that have entertained and educated us for generations," said Sean Kelly, marketing strategist for Roundabout. "It makes travel and exploration more enjoyable and discoveries more memorable."
He added, "We are all surrounded by incredible stories and fascinating tales about captivating people and places. Most often, those stories and tales are passed from generation to generation as oral history. Roundabout creates an environment to share those histories so others can discover and enjoy them."
Other features of Roundabout include:
Roundabout is a registered trademark of C of Apps. The app was developed by Kansas City-based iOS specialists Rade l Eccles.
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