Archive of posts tagged "application"

Vancouver Heritage Site Finder App and Map

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Every step you take in Vancouver places you near a heritage site, whether it’s related to the traditional Coast Salish territory, the birth of Vancouver as a city, or monuments to past events and architecture. The Vancouver Heritage Foundation (“VHF”) has an app that can help you see exactly what heritage sites are around you […]

Staying Connected with Roam Mobility in the USA

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Disclosure: Sponsored Post — This post is sponsored by Roam Mobility. Views are my own as I have used the service since 2012 and am familiar with the plans and offerings. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Vacations are for relaxing and engaging with a new place or a favourite, familiar destination. We try to disconnect from work by leaving daily duties behind as wheels start to turn on the highway or wheels go up on the landing gear. However, staying connected actually really helps us enjoy our time away. John and […]

Cheer on Team Canada with the Pride and Joy App

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“It is a once in a lifetime opportunity we are so excited,” says Emily Zurrer, Canadian Women’s National Team member who will play in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup hosted by Canada this summer. ©CanadaSoccer / by Jeff VinnickPhoto via Canada Soccer on Flickr Emily has enjoyed a stellar soccer career around the world […]

RunGo Dash for Dogs

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The RunGo app, a running app with turn-by-turn instructions for popular running routes in cities like Vancouver, London, New York, and Seattle, is hosting the Dash for Dogs in February. This is a guided 10km, 5km or 2km run or walk through Stanley Park with 100% of proceeds going to BC & Alberta Guide Dogs. […]

5 Vancouver Hyperlapse Videos

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Two days ago Instagram introduced Hyperlapse, a new app that allows users to create speedy timelapse videos with their phones: “Traditionally, time lapse videos depend on holding your phone or camera still while you film. Hyperlapse from Instagram features built-in stabilization technology that lets you create moving, handheld time lapses that result in a cinematic […]

8 Vancouver Apps for Summer

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It’s easy to get out and about in Metro Vancouver especially when the sun is shining and we have so many amazing destinations for playing, resting, hiking, and soaking the season in at the beach. You don’t need to fully disconnect to have a good time and the mobile phone in your pocket can actually […]