This is a practical guide for both first-time visitors and seasoned vacationers to the Cape.
Yarmouth, ME (PRWEB) July 28, 2010
Chimani, LLC, developer of the popular Acadia National Park app, is proud to announce the launch of the first comprehensive guide to the Cape Cod National Seashore for the iPhone and Android platforms.
Now available on iTunes and the Android Marketplace for $4.99, the app is an all-in-one guide to Cape Cod National Seashore and the surrounding beaches. The app includes over 132 points of interest and unique features like a custom-made GPS-enabled map, a 20 minute audio tour, a year’s worth of projected sunrise/sunset data as well as projected tidal data for all of the beaches in and around the Seashore. Other unique features include a complete map of the Cape Cod Rail Trail and the Seashore's Ranger-led events which are updated throughout the season.
“For the typical price of an audio guide, map, or guide book, the Chimani Cape Cod app allows you to have all the information and resources right on your iPhone,” explains Kerry Gallivan, President and Founder of Chimani. “This is a practical guide for both first-time visitors and seasoned vacationers to the Cape."
The app’s general and operational park information includes detailed descriptions of hiking trails, bicycling, lighthouses, unique points of interest, museums, parking, restrooms, picnicking, and swimming areas.
The Chimani’s Cape Cod app also allows users to create a “Favorites” list, conduct global search, turn map annotations on and off and download new content. The app’s over 100 remarkable photos were taken by professional photographer David Patterson.
ABOUT CHIMANI, LLC:
Established in 2010, Chimani, LLC is a developer of content and apps for mobile devices specific to National Parks in the United States and abroad. Kerry Gallivan, the President and Founder, has a long history of outdoors experience, emerging technology and international travels. Chimani is short for the Chimanimani National Park in Zimbabwe – where Kerry completed a three-week Outward Bound course while he was living and working in Zimbabwe in the mid-90s.
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