Meet Nomadi’s New Feature
If you are going to visit the Nordic Travel Fair in Helsinki next weekend, take your time for VisitTuusulanjärvi stand 6k148.
We’ve produced a TravelNomadi route for bicycling around the lake. The novelty is that you are able to listen to the artist anecdotes along the ride. Did you know that the area is well known of the artist residence of the Golden Era of Finnish culture in the shift of the 20th century.
Anyone can add the continuing audio track to the Nomadi app now and have an AudioNomadi eg. in museums!
Updated Versions of Nomadi App!
All Nomadi apps have been updated. The new Android Nomadi and Windows Phone Nomadi are already available in Google Play and Windows Store – iOS is still lingering – but will be published as soon as possible by App Store.
What will be the new features? The main new feature is the audio play between two points of interests. This is ideal for people who are used to listen to music or any audio track. If you want to tell stories to your audience, why not to make audios in various of languages and run them in the exact places of occasion.
We also support six languages and the gaming feature in the Nomadi apps!
In order to get the latest version, take app.citynomadi.com – it will lead you straight to the Nomadi app on your own application store.
Gaming: Juupajoki eLearning game route
The learning game is GPS sensitive, and each of the tasks will be opened while entering the task by foot. The landscape area has been prioritised as one of the most valued in Finnish nature.
The game concept is one of Citynomadi’s and it can be played on a free Nomadi app. Download Nomadi on your application store by app.citynomadi.com.
This is a mutual project of Juupajoki grammar school, ProAgria Southern Finland, Rural Women’s Advisory Organisation and Citynomadi.
In order to get to know the landscape area, have a look at the info route without tasks on web:
Read about the newspaper articles on our Pinterest profile!
Video: Jean Sibelius 150 Anniversary Route
Last year we celebrated the 150th anniversary of Jean Sibelius and Finnish music by getting acquainted to Jean’s birth town Hämeenlinna and by following the path up to the Aulanko hill.
Nature was where got his inspiration! Have a taster of his music on the videos of the route!Take a short link on web: bit.ly/NomadiHlinna or download the Nomadi app onapp.citynomadi.com and search for Sibelius.
Videos are produced by the city of Hämeenlinna.
Video: Documentary Films Visualising
Take a walk in the heart of Helsinki and visit the Senate Square and it’s proximity. It’s been a historic milieu for many films, particularly as a Russian milieu during the cold war for the Hollywood productions.
Download the free Nomadi app and take DOCFILM. Remember to save the route on your mobile too by choosing i as info, then there’s no worries of data transfer or roaming.
DOCFILM is made by the National Audiovisual Institute.