Spottly Photo Travel Guide iPhone App Review

| July 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Spottly: Photo Travel Guide for City Trip Planning for iPhone comes handy when you’re traveling to a new city for pleasure or work. That is, no more requests to friends for recommendations or endless Googling. This picture based travel guide will help you find what you’re looking for in minutes. You can get Spottly for free from iTunes.

What is it about?

Figuring out what you want to see when you travel, or simply where you want to go, can be a bit challenging sometimes. Spottly for iPhone makes it easier for you by letting you see the best of the world in pictures and videos. The app got everything you might need on your trip at your fingertips. For example, do you want to book a taxi ride? The ‘Uber’ button is right in front of you. Is it the map you’re looking for? Spottly app supports both Apple and Google maps. All its sources of information are verified and hence precise. The information you get to see in Spottly app are also crowd sourced from people like you. If you’ve found a new place to have lunch, and it is not shown in Spottly, go ahead and add it yourself to the app. The app team will include it in the database if found worthy.

The UI of Spottly for iPhone is designed with the user in mind. It is easy to find the info you might be looking for. The photos are crisp and clear, and well organized. You can also find user comments and TripAdvisor ratings for any restaurant. The option to save your favorite places for quick access is a nice touch. Performance wise, we found the app to be slick and responsive. Since it is a travel app, one can’t assume that only English-speaking people use the app. Hence the app makers have included support for foreign languages such as Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, French, and Russian into the app. Spottly for iPhone requires iOS versions 9.0 or higher.

Final Take

Spottly for iPhone comes handy if you’re planning a short trip, or a tour that lasts for two weeks. The app uses complicated computer science, combined with user curation, to bring the best places to visit or dine in a given area. As you get to see curated info about places in the form of photos and videos, you’ll know what to expect when you eventually land on your place of choice. The UI design is user friendly. Support for foreign languages comes to the rescue of non-English natives. It is also stable. Check it out if you’re looking for a travel guide that shows your way through photos and videos.

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