July 20, 2011 in Travel (F)
[prMac.com] Mexico - Isla Apps today is pleased to announce the update to Isla Mujeres: Day Tripper's Guide 1.1. It's Not Another Ordinary iPhone Travel Guide... It's the start of a life-long love affair with Isla Mujeres, Mexico. A paradise many tourists visit for the day, become captivated, and return to time and time again. Designed specifically for the "Day Tripper" (tourists staying in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and the Mayan Riviera and come to Isla for the day). This iPhone app will lead you on a journey through the enchanting world of Isla Mujeres.
The Day Tripper's Guide not only covers practical and useful information such as basic facts about the island, how to get to Isla, how to get around, money, safety, what to see and what to do, but it goes much, much further. With loads of information about Isla's rich history, culture and traditions, interesting tidbits about island life and the stories and legends of the days when pirates walked the shores. Day Tripper's guide photo gallery has the ability to post the images to Facebook, Twitter, send to your family and friends by e-mail (wifi or 3G is needed for this option) as well as saving on your device to use as your wallpaper!
* All content included in the app
* Zoomable Offline Map with points of interest
* GPS tracking - Just in case you get lost on this 5 mile long island!
* Under 20 MB so 3G users can download anytime and anywhere
* Photo gallery
* Featured in iTunes Mexico Store's Travel Category "Lo Mas Hot!
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* iOS 3.0 or later (iOS 4 tested)
* 17.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Isla Mujeres: Day Tripper's Guide is $2.99 (USD) and available worldwide through the App Store in the Travel category. Please contact Julie for promotional codes.
Mexico based - Isla Apps is the brainstorm of web designer and developer Julie Lee Fraga and her son, Marco Fraga. Julie has lived on Isla Mujeres for 20 years. Her husband, Marco Fraga Sr. is the chef/owner of the popular restaurant La Cazuela M & J. Julie taught English Lit. and Theater at a middle school in Cancun as well as Ballet to many Isla girls. In 1998 she designed the first websites for the island including: The Tourist Office, The Isla Red Cross, LYSH, Isla Contoy, Isla Animals and many sites for Hotels, Restaurants, Dive Shops, and Island Services.Marco took all the photographs for the app and worked with his mom (Julie) in compiling and sorting all the information. He also translated it for the Spanish version, Isla Mujeres: Gua para un Da.Copyright (C) 2011 Isla Apps All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.