PRLog - Aug. 23, 2012 - Travelers to Chicago have a new addition to tour options. Geogad has just released a new tour for Lincoln Park Chicago that guides visitors to the gems of North Side Chicago using their favorite mobile devices. Geogad's Mobile Tour of Lincoln Park and the North Side of Chicago is available to travelers in many formats across multiple delivery channels including the Internet, the mobile web and Google Android powered smartphones with built-in GPS capabilities. For example, travelers can stream and view the tour on Geogad's main web site at http://www.geogad.com. If the traveler has a mobile phone with a built-in web browser, he can view the tour photos and listen to the spoken narration of the streamed audio files as he explores the city with Geogad's mobile web site at http://m.geogad.com. Travelers with Android based smartphones can use the built-in GPS system to dynamically get directions to the closest tour stops and explore by whatever tour route makes the most sense for them. For travelers without an active wireless connection, the Geogad Mobile Tour can be downloaded from the main Geogad web site and uploaded to their favorite iPod or mobile media player.
Geogad's Mobile Tour of Lincoln Park Chicago is available on your smartphone
Geogad's Mobile Tour of Lincoln Park highlights the bests parts of the culture and history of the North Side. Chicago's history is examined in a traditional setting at the Chicago History Museum and in a real-world environment in the Mid-North District, one of the few oldest districts to survive the Great Fire of Chicago. Nature is a large part of the tour from the garden settings in Lincoln Park as well as the academic institutes of the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum and the Lincoln Park Zoo and Conservatory. Popular culture is on stage at The Second City comedy club as well as at B.L.U.E.S., a live blues club that has been an institution in its own right for decades. No tour of the North Side would be complete without a stop at some of the most infamous crime locations from Chicago's Prohibition era, an era that Chicago's Tourist Board would prefer the world to forget. Follow along the tour to arrive at the site of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, the crime that shocked the world and made Al Capone the best known crime boss of the time. Also covered in the tour is the location where John Dillinger, the murder and bank robber, had his last shootout with F.B.I. and police. Travelers will learn the details of the police's ambush included the legend of the “Lady in Red”. The tour covers the best parts of the North Side's history and culture in an few hours walk.
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
Travelers can purchase Geogad's newest tour of Chicago for $9.99 and access it across all of Geogad's platforms, such as the web, the mobile web, Geogad's Android application on the Android Play store and even downloaded to their favorite mobile device. Travelers can sample the tour for free to check out the high quality of the tour content before they buy. Geogad's Mobile Tour of Lincoln Park Chicago makes a great addition to Geogad's other tour of Chicago, which covers Downtown Chicago. Geogad guides travelers around this incredible city to learn more about what makes it such a special place for both visitors and locals.
The Geogad Tours application for Android-powered smartphones is available for free from Google Play at https://play.google.com/