LUXE City Guides go mobile

The LUXE City Guides range which feature the best of the best of a city in one handy, unique pocket guide, has just introduced 10 of its most popular destinations in mobile format. The apps are compatible with a multitude of handsets including iPhone, Blackberry, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and HTC and can be downloaded directly to handsets from their website,  or for iPhones, from iTunes stores.

Initially covering 10 popular destinations – New York, Hong Kong, Paris, London, Shanghai, Singapore, Rome, Bali, Sydney and Bangkok, there are 10 more international cities coming soon. The apps contain handy online and offline maps featuring the hundreds of entries listed in the guides, and each app comes with a year of free updates sent directly to your mobile. What’s more, when the year is up, re-subscription is half price.

With LUXE City Guides Mobile apps travellers can check out rich content anytime, save their favourites, arrange and build personal itineraries, click through to websites and touch dial telephone numbers. Chic, simple and above all, useful.

Check out the sample app for yourself from their website.  Recently voted “Travel App of the Week” by the UK Sunday Times Travel Section, the LUXE City Guides are ultra researched and curated, written by city resident editors and packed with the finest and funkiest dining, leisure, culture, accommodation, bespoke shopping, and city secrets that most visitors would simply never find.

Comments (4)

  1. […] from designing the covers and handmade box sets, to overseeing our blog, and our new LUXE City Guides Mobile apps which span seven different handset brands including iPhone, BlackBerry, Nokia and 34 models. […]

  2. irene says:

    i love the Luxe guides and think the apps would be a fab way to keep all that info in a handy version. you always get great tips from the luxe guides – a must have on any trip!

  3. My jewelry boutique was featured last year in the Luxe City Guide’s “Paris” print edition, and the response was tremendous. I can only imagine that their going “tech” will increase their reach. Great news!

  4. Emily M says:

    Great idea and sure it will be a success, smart phones are getting more and more seen as standard – even I’ve got one now!

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