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Pocket Tours - Flodden

The Battle of Flodden was fought on the 9th of September 1513

The Battle of Flodden was fought on the 9th of September 1513

Pocket Tours - Flodden

by Pocket Tours Limited
Pocket Tours - Flodden
Pocket Tours - Flodden
Pocket Tours - Flodden

What is it about?

The Battle of Flodden was fought on the 9th of September 1513. This app follows the routes that both Armies used leading to the final encounter at Branxton, a couple of miles from Flodden Edge which gives the battle its name. The English and the Scottish fought for just 4 hours or so but the casualty rate was not seen again until 403 years later on the first day or the Battle of the Somme.

Pocket Tours - Flodden

App Details

Version
1.20
Rating
NA
Size
195Mb
Genre
Travel Education
Last updated
June 22, 2019
Release date
July 26, 2013
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App Store Description

The Battle of Flodden was fought on the 9th of September 1513. This app follows the routes that both Armies used leading to the final encounter at Branxton, a couple of miles from Flodden Edge which gives the battle its name. The English and the Scottish fought for just 4 hours or so but the casualty rate was not seen again until 403 years later on the first day or the Battle of the Somme.

The Flodden tour can easily be completed in one day but it is worth remembering that all travel was done on foot. The distances the soldiers covered are quite remarkable

Pocket Tours is the world’s first battlefield tour app, which is able to use all of the pioneering capability of the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. This pioneering iPhone application brings history to life by using the full suite of functionality available on the Apple mobile platform. It allows users to visit all of the historical sites from the comfort of their armchair whilst hearing from world-renowned historians exactly what happened, who was involved and how history was shaped; It is also possible for those that have the opportunity to visit Northumberland to be guided around whilst listening to the commentary and seeing where historic events took place. The live camera will help to interpret where things took place in relation to each other. The Pocket Tours apps also allow users 

to view photographs, hear sound clips and see film footage to further bring the scene to life.



“Imagine walking over the ground that shaped history and having an expert explain the events as they unfolded. The GPS feature guides users from point to point, utilising the knowledge of local historians ensuring that the best vantage points are used – making a tour of the battlefields accessible to anyone, anywhere at any time. 

Once downloaded, users don’t need Internet access to use the app. They can just plug in their headphones and immerse themselves in the history. If you can’t get to the battlefield that’s fine – the app is still a fantastic story in its own right.”






FEATURES

NO INTERNET/3G CONNECTION REQUIRED - Designed for offline use so you don't need to pay for high overseas data charges.
EXPERIENCED GUIDE – Our guides are experts. They bring to life what took place and describe what it was like on the ground when it was happening. It is much easier to understand how things happened when you see where they took place


UP - TO - DATE – Obviously the historic tours don’t change as time passes. We are however always updating things and looking for more information to make the tours more interesting.
AUGMENTED REALITY –Turn the phone on its side and look at the screen. The camera will show you a view with superimposed images showing where things took place and what they looked like at the time.

NOTE:
1. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

2. The GPS signal is very weak in areas with overhead cover.

3. The GPS signal is often weak inside a car.

4. Take a real map to make sure you know where you are. Don’t rely on the GPS alone.

5. Download a compass to help you to orientate yourself

Be part of the experience…

Other Pocket Tours apps are now available, including The Battle of the Somme and The Battle of Arnhem, search for them on the app store, download them, and help us bring history to life!

In Pocket Tours developments are ongoing all of the time and updates will be issued frequently. Please contact [email protected] if you think of any improvements or if you want anything explaining.

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