The photography app development company Fotopedia has turned the iPad into a virtual travel guide, offering thousands of breathtaking images, detailed informative “Visual Stories,” interactive maps, and even a trip builder so you can plan your own vacation. Today, the company that took us to Morocco, National Parks, Japan, and many more exciting places, is bringing the majesty and beauty of China to your iPad.
It’s about time China got some iPad love, especially considering they consume Apple products just as much, if not more than the rest of the world. The third generation iPad will finally hit store shelves in China tomorrow. Maybe it is a coincidence, but it is possible that the Fotopedia makers purposefully launched their newest app on the eve of such a momentous occasion for the birthplace of the iPad.
“China is the #1 country for Fotopedia. Over 20% of our audience is in China and that number jumps to 29% on iPad. Yet, when I look at the growth, there is no question that China’s love story with iPad has just begun,” said Jean-Marie Hullot, CEO of Fotopedia. “The world is fascinated by China and so are we. That’s why we created this app and made it free as well. I suggest you download it and see for yourself.”
Features of the app include:
- Thousands of breathtaking pictures served at high resolution for the Retina display on iPad
- Trip Builder to create your own trip or easy-to-build personalized tours
- Free Wallpapers for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
- Visual stories, updated frequently
- Instant Slideshows
- Share your favorite images and stories via email, Facebook and Twitter
- Open Graph integration with Facebook to easily share your discovering
- Shuffle or shake your device to discover new images
- Complete navigation with smart tags, search and interactive maps
Fotopedia China is free and available for download in the App Store today.