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Skynetz    2

Hi folks!

I and amnesia have made a new app called euroTRIP.

Here's the description:

 

 

euroTRIP app is a must have app when traveling around Europe. The app was designed with high roaming prices in mind. All the data is stored within the app, internet connection is not required. You will find a lot of information in the app, basic country info, emergency numbers, specific traffic laws and so on. If you're in a country and don't know what to check, you have a few top sights from every country, too.

Main app features:

- 52 European countries
- traffic laws, speed limits, compulsory car equipment and documents, safety laws, etc.
- emergency numbers (police, ambulance, fire brigade, towing services)
- 5 most popular sights for every country
- driving tips

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Skynetz    2

The app just got a new design, here are some new renders:

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What do you think ?:)

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Skynetz    2

A short demonstration video:

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Skynetz    2

The app gone free and will stay free till tomorrow evening! Grab it while you can.

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Skynetz    2

There were quite a few updates in the meantime with an added jumplist too.

 

A new big update will probably come next week. There will be quite a few new features added:

- click on a sight to open location in bing maps
- on the country page added "facts" and "phrases"

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Phouchg    2,050

Looks very nice and useful. Driving regulations and tips most of all.

(Y)

 

Is there a Scotty Doesn't Know easter egg, though?

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timster    1,293

Is there a Scotty Doesn't Know easter egg, though?

hahahahhaahahha

 

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Skynetz    2

Looks very nice and useful. Driving regulations and tips most of all.

(Y)

Is there a Scotty Doesn't Know easter egg, though?

are you being sarcastic or serious haha

tips are more for fun than for serious business :D

What do you mean with that easter egg, lol :D

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Elliot B.    1,044

are you being sarcastic or serious haha

tips are more for fun than for serious business :D

What do you mean with that easter egg, lol :D

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scotty_Doesn%27t_Know

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Phouchg    2,050

tips are more for fun than for serious business :D

 

Serious. I travel abroad rarely, but when I do, I make it a point to have some handy reference on that country's customs and stuff rather than wandering in a devil may care fashion. If I was driving myself, even more so. Emergency numbers, too. 112 is not universal, is it?

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+Kyle    86

This app looks really nice! Great job! :)

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GreenMartian    90

112 is not universal, is it?

 

Most modern mobile phone operators will redirect 112 to whatever the local emergency number is.

Not necessarily the case for landlines.

 

Here's Australia, for example:

 

Dialling 112 directs you to the same Triple Zero (000) call service and does not give your call priority over Triple Zero (000).

 

112 is an international standard emergency number which can only be dialled on a digital mobile phone. It is accepted as a secondary international emergency number in some parts of the world, including Australia, and can be dialled in areas of GSM network coverage with the call automatically translated to that country?s emergency number. It does not require a simcard or pin number to make the call, however phone coverage must be available (any carrier) for the call to proceed.

 

Dialling 112 from a fixed line telephone in Australia (including payphones) will not connect you to the emergency call service as it is only available from digital mobile phones.

 

http://www.triplezero.gov.au/Pages/Usingotheremergencynumbers.aspx

 

So yeah, this app can be very useful if you had minimal time to plan a trip and want important information collated for you with little effort on your part.

 

Kudos to the app creators. I'm sure quite some people will find it useful.

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Skynetz    2

Thanks to all of you, I'm glad you like it :)

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Skynetz    2

Now you can like us on facebook too ;)

https://www.facebook.com/eurotripapp/

P.S. update was published on sunday and is currently in the signing stage.

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+Anarkii    2,066

Needs more Michelle Tratchtenburg

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In all seriousness though, its a great looking app, any plans for a iOS version?

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Skynetz    2

In all seriousness though, its a great looking app, any plans for a iOS version?

Thanks :)

 

Not for now, but we're thinking of it. Maybe in the future.

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Skynetz    2

Good news, the update has been published in the store (app version 2.5), try it, and as always, if there are any bugs report them to me.

Such travel so wow!

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123456789A    4,708

Wow nice idea. Can't believe I missed this. Would have been useful when I was in Europe a couple months ago.

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+warwagon    9,557

"This isn't where I parked my car!"

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Skynetz    2

What ?

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+warwagon    9,557

What ?

 

if you are going to create an app called "Eurotrip" you really should watch the movie of the same name :)

 

my post above was quoting Eurotrip!

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Skynetz    2

if you are going to create an app called "Eurotrip" you really should watch the movie of the same name :)

 

my post above was quoting Eurotrip!

I watched the movie a few years ago, but this app has nothing to do with it :D

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