Did you know there are Android apps made just for the city of Indianapolis and it’s attractions?
The Indianapolis Convention & Visitor Association’s official handheld travel guide to the city. Discover where to eat, drink, sleep and be entertained, and with the help of your device’s GPS, you’ll see how easy it is to get around. Here’s what you can do with it once you’ve downloaded and installed:
- Search hotels, restaurants, attractions and events based on your location and interests You can also search using Augmented Reality for a street view of what’s close by.
- Plan your travels by adding preferred destinations to your favorites and generating customized maps.
- Redeem cost-saving coupons directly from your phone at top Indianapolis restaurants and attractions.
Whether you live in Indianapolis or are just visiting, the city offers something for everyone – and this Android app can help you find it. From awesome hotels to delicious dining, the city that has is home to the NCAA and the Indianapolis 500 welcomes you to discover something more.
Save money in Indianapolis by clicking on the ‘Coupons’ link in the app, which gives you deals on local restaurants and attractions. Enjoy your stay in Indianapolis!
Enjoy music, video and more from the Indianapolis Symphony!
Now you have access to Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s music at anytime, anywhere.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Fan App is powered by InstantEncore.
- One-time registration required (it’s free and easy!)
- When you sign up you become a Fan of ISO on InstantEncore.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is located in downtown Indianapolis and has many facets. From their Annual Report, to Meet the Musicians, to the Hall rental of the prestigious Hilbert Circle Theatre. Call the Box Office at 317.639.4300 or 800.366.8457 (outside Central Indiana) for more information about the Indianapolis Symphony. For group discounts call Jeff Johnson at 317.231.6788.
Mobile Devices reports that Android beat out the iPhone OS for the 2nd place spot in the US smartphone market, but the iPhone OS still outranks Android globally. This could change though. ZDnet says, “The time to build Android apps is now,” and I would have to agree. If you can get in at this stage of the game, you will be better positioned for success, and isn’t that what it’s all about?