Boarding Pass Now Available On the Go

Long gone are the days of obnoxiously oversized fold out maps (thank goodness) now that GPS technology and travel apps have made getting around easier and more accessible to anyone with a smartphone.

With that, I’m excited to announce that the following Spain articles from Boarding Pass are now available on the GPSmyCity app for iOS:

The power of technology has transformed my itineraries and recommendations into an on-the-go format within the GPSmyCity app.  The benefit of travel article apps is that you have access to thousands of articles for free, which you can read anytime and anywhere – whether sitting on an airplane or walking around a new city – with the option to upgrade them to a GPS-enabled offline map for $0.99.  That means no data or roaming charges as you set out to explore.

And between June 27 – July 3, 2016 you can upgrade “Sevilla in 6 Hours” and “EATS: Madrid – Vol. 1” to an offline format for FREE.

Just click the links above for the 2 free article apps from your iPhone or iPad, which will take you to the iTunes store to download the free GPSmyCity master app (if you haven’t already done so).  Then you’ll be redirected back to the page for that particular article app, click “Upgrade” and the app will automatically be linked to an offline map with GPS navigator for future use.  You can also search for the article app by name within the GPSmyCity master app.

Let me know what you think if you try them out firsthand, and keep an eye out for more of my travel articles available on the GPSmyCity app in the future!

Capturing the beautiful tile work at Plaza de España in Sevilla, Spain
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