|Current Version||Version: 2.0.2|
|Author||Not For Tourists|
|Description||The ultimate mobile city guide for San Francisco. Navigate and explore like a local. “For you, not them.”
*Featured by Apple on the homepage of the iTunes App Store.
Not For Tourists (NFT) in partnership with Tuft and Co. is bringing their award-winning series of city guide books to the iPhone and iPod Touch to help you navigate and explore like a local. NFT San Francisco shows you where to find the best places to eat, shop, caffeinate, bowl, read, look at art, watch movies, meet that special someone, or just chill out. With honest and punchy overviews, every neighborhood is described and mapped out in full detail by local San Francisco experts.
And it’s incredibly fast. Unlike most travel apps, NFT doesn’t need to be online to work its magic. Whether you’re on the BART at rush hour or in the middle of Golden Gate Park on a lazy Sunday, NFT will be there for you.
If you’re planning a trip to San Francisco, this is perfect to app to explore the city before you get there.
66 San Francisco Neighborhoods
3,900 Editorialized listings
25 Categories. Bike shops? Yoga? Yeah, we’ve got that.
Works on or offline
Some choice listings:
Tawan's Thai “When they say "hot," take them seriously.”
Conservatory of Flowers “Temple of photosynthesis.”
Caffe Trieste “Time capsule exudes character and espresso.”
Homestead "Ask the bartender to play Yahtzee."
Ruby Wine "Little Cube of Grape Heaven."
NFT in the Press:
“a map-driven user's manual for the city” -SF Chronicle
What the Press is Saying About NFT iPhone:
New York Times: "...the guide highlights neighborhood amenities like bicycle repair shops and community gardens."
LA Times: "The Top Picks are invaluable...the NFT guide is both snarky/fun and inviting...a welcome alternative to the $9.99 (and up) iPhone app price tags on other city guides."
ZDNet: "A good investment if you don’t want to be "That Guy" opening a huge map in the middle of Times Square."
Jaunted: "You'll be instantly comfortable navigating the app by fingertip; it's almost as if the books were designed based on the app and not the other way around."