This app fully describes all the UNESCO World Heritage sites. The prestigious List includes some of the most famous places in the world, such as the ancient city of Petra in Jordan, the legendary Acropolis in Athens, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and Machu Picchu, the ‘Lost City of the Incas’, in Peru.
British Library 19th Century
Discover over 60,000 historical titles from the British Library’s 19th century book collection. It includes classic novels, works of philosophy, history and science. Browse, search and read these historic books on a platform that enhances the reading experience.
The Design Museum Collection App is a free download that presents 59 remarkable objects from the museum Collection, through film, audio, text and photographs. Search by time, material, colour, location, manufacturer or designer. The App was commissioned by the Design Museum and developed by twentysix.
9/11 Memorial Museum
The 9/11 Memorial’s free mobile apps allow visitors a glimpse into the events of September 11, 2001. Through the 9/11 Memorial Guide, visitors are able to understand the 9/11 Memorial itself. Through the 9/11 Museum Audio Guide, visitors can discover more about the history of 9/11 and the archaeological elements and architectural designs of the Memorial and the Museum.
Canadian Museum of Civilization
This application is designed to enhance the visitor experience of the Canada Hall and the First Peoples Hall of Canada’s most visited Museum.
MoMA. The Museum for Modern Art
With MoMA, hear from artists and curators, plan your visit, and see a calendar of events and exhibitions. Explore the Museum’s world-class collection of modern and contemporary art and design, create personal collections of media and artworks, snap photos, and share with friends and family.
The app serves as an interactive tour guide. It seeks to tell a
story that takes visitors through the Vatican combining video, maps, audio, and text. Looks like it could be used either in conjunction with a physical visit or as an alternative to a physical visit. (2009)