7 days – trip creator

We are currently developing a mobile app that help travelers make the most out of their holidays, by tailoring a daily itinerary to their destination and what they like and dislike. We have a new design, and here is a preview.IMG_0622

Big Factbook name change and lots of new map

We have added a lot of interesting maps to out Big Factbook.

You can get our Big Factbook right now, for free.

We currently have great maps for North America, Central America, South America, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, East South Asia, Oceania , Antarctica, Pange Map, Worldwide Driving Orientation by Country, Map of Time Zones in Antarctica, Flag Map of the World, World Map of Earthquakes Since 1898, World Map of Vegetation on Earth, Worldwide Map of Oil Import And Export Flows, World Map of the Different Writing Systems, The World Divided Into 7 Regions, Each with a Population of 1 Billion, Earth’s Population by Latitude and Longitude, Overall Water Risk Around the World, Reversed Map, World Mineral Map, 50 biggest mountains, World Relief Map, World Time ZonesNewMapsPart2 NewMapsPart1

Daily Trip organiser

appicon-76@2xOur very latest app help you organise your daily trips when you travel around. Pick a city, the number of days you will be there, and we will suggest where you should go and what you should do.

Then you can edit each days suggestions, by adding in new must see places, or deleting them, and easily rearranging them as well.

You can have a look at our working interface below, and we have a number of changes to make to make it even better.IMG_0614

How to avoid being tutted on the London Underground

If you’re worried here are a few tips.

  • ALWAYS have your Oyster card ready when you’re approaching the barriers or we will tut
  • When the barriers open, move swiftly through, or we will tut (helps to have an irrational fear that the doors with shut on you. Gets you moving along quicker
  • If the barrier says “seek assistance” either try again or move out of the way as quickly as possible, or we will tut.
  • Don’t take forever at the machine to top up your oyster, or we will tut.

And just for some general advice

  • When you get on the platform, move down. Don’t just stand in the doorway, or we will tut.
  • when you exit a train, move quickly out the way (preferably towards the wall if you’re not sure where you should be going), or we will tut
  • Do not press the buttons on the tube or we’ll sniff you out as a non-native
  • Know your route before you get in the station. Don’t be that person standing in the way while you study the tube map. The tutting will deafen you!CloudyTowerBridgeLondonUK