Travelers rejoice! The National Geographic Traveler Magazine has hit Apple's virtual newsstand. The National Geographic Society has a reputation for putting out high quality publications, both in print and in the form of iOS applications. National Geographic Traveler is no exception. Like much of National Geographic's work, dazzling photography is a hallmark.
The most popular free iPad app in the App Store is 7 Billion by the team at the National Geographic Society. The app offers a nice combination of text, videos, and photography to coincide with the arrival of Earth's seven billionth person.
From the moment you open National Geographic 50 Places Of A Lifetime: The World’s Greatest Destinations, there is excitement that makes you want to dive in and enjoy. It is full of information, as well as beautiful photos and videos, which allow you to imagine and dream about your future trip.
If you are an avid traveler or simply interested in history and archeology, you need to check out National Geographic's latest app. It's called 50 Places of a Lifetime: The World's Greatest Destinations, and it's an iPad only travel guide to some of the world's greatest treasures.
Ultimate Dinopedia by National Geographic attempts to set itself apart from the competition by claiming it is the most complete dinosaur resource ever. Click through to see if it will stand the test of time... or just become extinct.
The National Geographic have released an official app, Nat Geo TV, to specifically access content from the National Geographic Channel. If you are into the National Geographic and need to access their content wherever you are then this app is for you.