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UniGuide Audio Tour Player

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Published on Mar 26, 2016

Hundreds of free audio tours for museums, parks, campuses, downtowns, historical sites and other landmarks all across the US and Canada within one app. Learn from museum curators, art critics, historians, park rangers, or knowledgeable locals eager to share their knowledge of the places you love.

It is all there. From finest art museums in New York to public art in Los Angeles, from National Mall monuments in Washington, DC, to Olympic National Park in the state of Washington, from downtown Seattle to marshes of Everglades, from Civil War Trails to NYC Grand Central Terminal, from San Francisco to Miami... Art lovers and trail hikers, history enthusiasts and city wanderers, zoo fans and science aspirants, backpackers and beachgoers - everyone will find something to learn from the app.

Listen to publicly available official audio tours or alternative professional tours, some of which can be accessed EXCLUSIVELY through UniGuide.

Either listen online or download tours in advance to save data using WiFi or avoid problems with spotty service. After you visit the site, you can free up some memory by removing the tour with a single swipe – or keep it to listen to stories you didn’t have time for later.

You can listen with headphones or earbuds, or if you prefer, via speakerphone or the ear speaker as if you were calling someone.

Every single story is narrated by a human - no robotic voices, guaranteed!

Most outdoor tours are accompanied with maps to help you find routes and audio stops. When you choose the tour, the area’s map will be downloaded automatically if it’s available, so you will still have it even if you lose connection.

We know that you hate to see battery draining, be it in New York City or downtown Chicago. We do our best to minimize the load we put on it. For example: GPS turns off automatically as soon as it is not absolutely necessary; the screen brightness goes to its minimum when you are listening without touching the screen (and restores back when you need it); and the maps are downloaded very selectively, thus saving not only your battery but also memory and data.

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