VoiceMap is a great app for exploring new cities, providing informative audio tours. However, some users have experienced glitches and difficulties with GPS functionality. Despite these issues, many users have found the app to be helpful and enjoyable, with clear instructions and interesting content. Overall, VoiceMap is a worth trying for solo travelers looking for a unique way to discover a city.Best for
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Good info. Kept us on rrack despite tall building GPS location issue.
Used app for first time in Venice today. Did two interesting tours - found it worked really well, the creator had done a great job and GPS worked well. Seemed to drain battery a bit (Samsung S20 5G).
Great app, so easy to use, and you can go at your own speed stopping and starting as you please. Convenient way to take a city tour.
I had a little delayed getting started and figuring out how to use the app but I think that was because I was inside of a palace with lots of stone walls so it was difficult for the app to always know where I was. Once it got going and I knew how it worked it worked really well I liked the way you can start and stop and they gave a lot of useful information. It was definitely worth the money and I appreciated being able to do something without a crowd!
I so want to like this app, but it’s practicality unusable. The GPS USP just does not work as advertised. So many times it will just refuse to play the next part, and there is no way of manually starting it without exiting out of the app and restarting it. The tours are generally good, but the buggy app makes it a frustrating experience that has walks talking far longer than they should due to all the faffing around with your phone that you have to do.
The app provides an excellent tour which brings Ludlow to life; rich in historical detail and anecdote. Highly recommended.
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