Quintessentially launches Blackberry pocket city guide
Published: 30/06/2009 - Filed under: News »
Tech-savvy travellers tired of carrying around paperback travel guides can now use their trusty BlackBerry to move around when visiting overseas destinations.
Quintessentially, a private members’ club and concierge service, has launched a city guide application for BlackBerry users. The software is free for members and non-members alike.
The guide was first made available for iPhone and iPod Touch devices.
The guide covers 47 cities across the world including Amsterdam, Hongkong, Singapore and Paris, and newest additions Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Bogota, Rome, Venice, Florence and Beirut.
The Quintessentially guide provides travellers with regularly updated information on a destinations - how to get around, must-sees places, where to eat and stay, not-to-be-missed events and many more.
Quintessentially members who download software also get special offers and privileges from across the world when they use the travel guide.
To download the guide, visit www.quintessentially.com/blackberry for the Blackberry version and www.quintessentially.com/iphone for the iPhone and iPod Touch version.
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