CityMaps2Go  Offline Map

CityMaps2Go Offline Map

By Ulmon GmbH

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2010-12-19
  • Current Version: 12.9.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 179.89 MB
  • Developer: Ulmon GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 4,220 App Reviews)
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CityMaps2Go Offline Map App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 4,220 App Reviews

CityMaps2Go Offline Map App Details

CityMaps2Go is the ultimate offline map for travelers who want to be prepared wherever they go. Join the 20 million travelers worldwide who trust CityMaps2Go! What others say about CityMaps2Go: “One of the best travel apps for 2016”, “Essential app for travelers”, Time Magazine “One of the best offline maps apps”, WSJ “Maps without racking up roaming costs”, Macworld And here’s why millions of travelers love CityMaps2Go: ▶ IN-DEPTH CONTENT: Unlike other offline map apps CityMaps2Go features photos as well as tips and comprehensive in-depth info for millions of places. ▶ WORLDWIDE COVERAGE: CityMaps2Go covers the whole world. More than 150 countries, 60000 destinations, and 50 million places!! ▶ WORKS OFFLINE: CityMaps2Go works online and offline. Saving you from data roaming charges in foreign cities or connectivity problems in national parks. ▶ PLAN TRIPS: Remember and save all the places you would like to visit. Create lists and have your travel ideas ready when you need them. ▶ DETAILED MAPS: Explore your saves on a detailed worldwide map. Navigate streets, foot paths, and bikeways wherever you are. ▶ SHARE WITH FRIENDS: Share your travel plans with your friends. Planning your trips with others made easy with CityMaps2Go. ▶ SEARCH AND DISCOVER: Search a specific place by name or browse by categories like restaurants, architecture, hotels, shops, bars, etc. ▶ SYNC BETWEEN ALL YOUR DEVICES: Create an user account and login from any of your devices. __________________________________________________ A note on battery life: We've spent years developing and improving the location technology that powers CityMaps2Go, making it extremely power efficient. But, as with all apps of this type, please note that continued use of GPS running in the background can significantly decrease battery life. We’d love to hear what it is you like about CityMaps2Go and how we can improve it for you. Drop us an email at . Enjoy your travels … and don’t forget to send us a postcard.


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App Reviews

  • Crimea is not in Russia

    By Putler Kaput
    If you count that Crimea is in Russia, you support war and Russian aggression.
  • Worked perfectly in China, Japan and Europe

    By tandemrider47
    It is especially useful in China where many other mapping software is disabled.
  • Cache growing?

    By Babadook1981
    It’s a pretty good app, however, I have an issue in which the app grows pretty big (380MB currently) even though I don’t have any downloaded offline maps On my iPhone. I tried uninstalling and re-installing the app and the extra data comes back. Is there any clear cache feature?
  • Ugh!!!

    By #stoneycreekarts
    Terrible app, hard to navigate and don't believe that's it's free. I believe I was able to download one map before I was blocked and had to "like" their Facebook page. Big mistake. Ads always running along the bottom. And I really don't write reviews often so that's how bad it is.
  • Such a great app

    By Hacnabna
    I am so glad I downloaded this app for our Europe trip, you are able to download individual cities to your phone and put marks on the places you want to visit our the address of your hotel so that you are able to see when offline! Such a good app
  • Offline maps and content a great feature

    By edenecke
    I have a wifi iPad and having the offline maps available when I am walking around a city in Europe and not connected to wifi is a lifesaver. iPad gps shows where I am and maps help get where I want to go. Downloaded offline Attraction descriptions from Wikipedia are an incredible value - like having a built in tour guide. Thanks Ulmon for a great app!
  • Good app but...

    By kauaosnsus
    It would be more than a great app if the developers let you download more than one map without paying their over the top prices. I would pay the price if the app offers something unique, but there are plenty of other applications on the appstore which are better and do not need in-app purchases.
  • App ulmon

    By travels2020
    This is an amazing app that works offline if you download it prior to your trip. We have used it abroad in 8-10 countries so far! Highly recommend it.
  • Must Have Travel Companion

    By JoPtk
    I’ve been using this app for years now and it’s a must have for every international trip I go on. The best feature is being able to use the maps offline. Before my trips, I save everything interesting I want to see. Then when I’m there, I can turn my data off and just use location services to find my way around.
  • Best off-line guide

    By Strasbourger
    I’ve use Ulmon’s CityMaps2Go in Paris, London, Barcelona, Madrid, Strasbourg, Berlin, Marseille, Montpelier, Lyons, Tunis, Cordoba, Seville, Frankfort, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Aachen, Basel, Bern, Geneva, Milan, Rome, Munich, Vienna, Heidelberg, Leeds, Manchester, Lisbon, Porto, Antananarivo, Taipei, Tokyo, Seattle, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Chicago, New York, and a score of other places I can’t remember. It works without fail, and requires no data connection. The discover feature is great, and has led to some good finds that guidebooks can overlook—but don’t rely on this exclusively, and take the ratings with a grain of salt, as one must with all hive mind productions. Typically I mark my guidebook’s and other suggestions as “favorites” and work out an itinerary from the the clusters. This is a great way to travel in cities. There’s always room for improvement: I wish I could dismiss the “low gps signal” alert, as it takes up half the screen and sometimes deep between buildings and inside them, the signal is never going to be good. Lots of stuff is missing or hard to find in places with a non-Roman script (things are not totally missing—when I searched in Japanese, I could find them). I don’t really care about the hotels and tours they try and sell, but you can ignore them all. I haven’t done much with sharing functions, but they could be better advertised and curated. The price is a bit steep for the pro version, but I’ve used it so much as to make the cost insignificant—about as much as a couple of guidebooks, and with far more value. If you’re going to do any city traveling, this is a top choice, and depending on your needs the pro upgrade could well be worth it.