|App Store category: Travel|
|Current price: free app||Our rating: 9/10|
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Celebrate the beauty of our world! This app was recently selected as one of the top 50 apps of all time in Apple’s new Hall of Fame. With 25,000 awe-inspiring photos, this much loved app has been called the world’s largest photo book, an inspiring travel guide, an entertaining teaching device and even a bed-time relaxation tool.
Created in cooperation with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Fotopedia Heritage provides a virtual passport to the hundreds of sites that constitute the world’s collective cultural and natural human legacy.
Enjoy and share a daily dose of stunning views with these fun features:
- Point-of-Interest Descriptions - Learn about each World Heritage site with thorough descriptions by the UNESCO and Wikipedia.
- Travel Planning - Keep track of destinations in Favorites and save time with direct access to TripAdvisor.
- Instant Slideshow - Transform your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch into an endless, beautiful photo frame.
- Wallpaper - Choose from thousands of high-resolution photos for use on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.
- Social Media - Share your favorite images via email, Facebook and Twitter.
- Search & Navigation - Explore the beauty of our world effortlessly with Smart Tags, Smart Previews, Search boxes and Interactive Maps.
- Shuffle - Shuffle and your journey will never be the same. Shaking your device may be the fastest way to travel the world.
- Retina Display - Experience the beauty of our world as a spectacular visual experience.
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Review: Fotopedia Heritage - Traveling Photobook
Intro: We don’t normally review free apps, because normally free apps aren’t as worthwhile as paid apps. Well Fotopedia Heritage is different than the typical free app, and it’s universal for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad owners to download. The app gives you a huge collection of photos from various landmarks across the world of some places you know, and some you don’t...
Final words: Fotopedia Heritage is one of the best iPad apps there is, and it’s surprisingly free. It’s extremely well made to give you a plethora of amazing photographs at your fingertips. Fotopedia Heritage should be installed on every idevice as there is no excuse not to, because it’s free!
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Fotopedia Heritage for iPad – A Photographer’s Encyclopedia
Intro: If you’re into photography and traveling, get ready for an endless visual journey on your iPad. Fotonauts, Inc. released 2 days ago a beautiful application that brings together 20,000 photos, illustrating all World Heritage Sites and 3,000 points of interests...
Final words: Trust me. The pictures that you’ll see in this application are stunning and gorgeous. If you’re a traveler, history lover, or a photo enthusiast, Fotopedia Heritage will offer a new way to experience the world around you with a huge photo encyclopedia.
Intro: It’s a ubiquitous wish for humans to explore the depths of the Earth. And little wonder, as there is no other place in our galaxy that holds such beauty and splendor (that we know of). Unfortunately, the number of people that actually get to travel worldwide is pathetically small, restricted by finances or opportunity. Fortunately, there are apps such as Fotopedia Heritage (in cooperation with UNESCO) that brings the world to our fingertips. With 25,000 photographs of 3,000 global points of interest, it goes a long way to scratch the travel itch...
Final words: Everything about this app is gorgeous. The design, the color schemes, and most definitely the photos. These are not amateur efforts, but photographs worthy of gracing magazine covers. I would like the option to pinch-zoom the photos, but you can get around that by saving them; another is to have the ability to access information while on the slideshow portion. Other than those minor details, there is absolutely no reason not to beautify your device with this free app
Explore Our World With Fotopedia Heritage
Intro: Fotopedia Heritage is an amazing new free app from Fotonauts Inc, which was developed in cooperation with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre. The app features some 25,000 photos from around the world, complete with comprehensive descriptions which all translates to one of the best travel guides you’re ever likely to find...
Final words: Fotopedia Heritage is a simply brilliant app for anyone with even a fleeting interest in travel, photography or the world around us. And it’s 100% free – check it out today.
Fotopedia Heritage iPad App
Intro: When the iPad first came out, critics immediately began comparing the iPad as an eReader to the Kindle and other eReader devices. In trying to make an apples-to-apples (pun intended) comparison, the way users actually use the iPad has evolved beyond anything these other devices can deliver at the moment...
Final words: Fotopedia Heritage is an excellent app no matter how you use your iPad. Download the app today, you won’t regret it.
Fotopedia Heritage for iPad-Travel
Intro: Fotopedia is an amazing and informative application for those who like to travel or just explore the World and educate themselves at their fingertips...
Final words: Overall, Fotopedia is a beautifully designed photo book and travel guide to dig into the world.
Fotopedia brings Heritage to iPhone and iPad
Intro: The Fotopedia Heritage iPad and iPhone application from fotonauts uses 20,000 photos to illustrate the real-world locations of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites project...
Final words: Paris-based start-up Fotonauts says its primary product is “is breathing new life into photos by building a photo encyclopedia that lets photographers and photo enthusiasts collaborate and enrich images to be useful for the whole world wide web.”
Intro: The Fotopedia Heritage iPad app is an essential iPad app that show off just how amazing and innovative the iPad really is. The premise is simple: Take the photo library power of the iPad and combine it with the potential of the online community via a sophisticated database...
Final words: Flipping through the photos is as simple as light finger gestures, and even narrowing down to the right location is easy via a menu/submenu system displayed on a toolbar at the bottom of the screen.