With perfect timing for the 100th birthday of the National Park Service in 2016, Chimani has updated all of their extensive park guides and introduced four brand new ones. You can now score points, earn badges, and see your push notification history all within a nicely revamped interface.
Each app has received a fresh look providing an easier user interface. In addition, push notification history was added, more details for sunrise and sunset locations including golden hours are available, and you can score points and earn badges when you check in. The map engine, bookmarking and sharing features, and synchronization have all be updated as well. The four new apps added include park guides for Arches, Canyonlands, Death Valley, and Denali. So, you can discover someplace new.
With this new release, Chimani leverages an entirely revamped architecture designed from the ground up for offline use. Our best-in-class data delivery engine ensures that visitors have the latest information on their device so they can enjoy the parks without an Internet connection.
Chimani app basics
This collection of handy guides covers national parks from Arcadia to Zion with terrific details for planning, navigating, and discovering all of the greatness of these parks. Here are just some of the highlighted features you can enjoy:
- Expert-written details and audio-guided tours
- A calendar of events led by park rangers
- Sunrise and sunset times with viewing spots
- Schedules for park shuttle routes
- Information on park activities and services
The Chimani national park guides offer so much helpful information from navigating your way through the park to points of interest to very detailed descriptions of what you will see. The photo galleries are full of beautiful pictures that can be saved and shared and there are downloadable maps for offline viewing.
There are 20 separate apps in the Chimani collection and each is available for free on the App Store. They are designed for iPhone and iPad and contain no in-app purchases. In other news today, take a look at Apple Maps takes the lead over Google Maps on iOS or Arriving now: the ‘smart restaurant,’ powered by eleat.