||FREE download of 7,800 maps worldwide - once downloaded, use them any time, online or offline ★ World's #1 iOS offline map app ★ Ulmon Vector Maps with more content and detail ★ NEW: Wikipedia content!
✚ Supports the new iPad Retina display
City Maps 2Go is the #1 App for smart travelers. Maps and content any time, even when off-line. No network or WiFi required. The solution when suffering from bad network coverage, slow connection, limited data volume, or high data roaming cost abroad.
★★★ Works completly offline ★★★
✚ search and find streets in the city
✚ no hassle with WiFi, Internet or Roaming
✚ easily spot your location with passive GPS
✚ find thousands of Points of Interest
✚ add or bookmark your favorite places
✚ find hotels and ratings from booking.com
✚ read Wikipedia articles (In App Purchase)
We have you covered: Maps for all US and UK counties, 100% coverage of France, Italy, Germany, and many more countries. And any map on request within a few days. Just mail to email@example.com
★ Free Wikipedia abstracts ★
More than half a million excerpts of Wikipedia articles of the most important POI and landmarks. Already included in the map download. No extra download necessary. No extra cost. Works completely offline.
★★★ NEW: Wiki Plus ★★★
▶ TRY FREE!
"Wiki Plus" for the first map is for free! Simply go to the Map Download screen and tap the blue arrow on one of your maps. You will find a switch, to activate "Wiki Plus" for free for that map.
▶ Unlock "Wiki Plus" introductory offer!
“Wiki Plus” is an optional In App Purchase. Simply unlock it from within City Maps 2Go. It adds more than 200,000 full Wikipedia articles (texts and images) about places and landmarks to the POI collection of City Maps 2Go. To save memory, you can select individual maps, for which you want to download the articles. With this In App Purchase you get unlimited, life-long, global access to Wiki Plus, and its ever growing articles base! (Examples: London: 1,494 articles; Paris: 1,722; New York: 1,426; Rome: 730; Berlin: 989). Check screenshot #3 below.
Map data and POI are provided by OpenStreetMap. To check the level of detail, go to www.openstreetmap.org.