Tennessee Department of Tourism Development launches 2013 iPad travel app


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The new vacation guide app features interactive content, photos, lodging information and much more. (Screenshot: Contributed)

The 2013 Tennessee Official Vacation Guide is now available as a free iPad app through iTunes.
The guide features travel information and tools to plan a trip to Tennessee, including additional rich media and content not found in the printed and online guides. Users can see videos showcasing the state’s musical heritage, watch a slideshow of Civil War sites, view recipes from some of the state’s best chefs and more. Maps, listings, and themed and regional itineraries are also included, according to a prepared statement.
New to this year’s guide is a behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot of the Tennessee family featured in the guide. An award-winning 16-page photo essay showcases the beauty of the state’s travel opportunities, and features written by Tennessee’s travel writers also help would-be visitors plan their trips.
Information on annual events, such as festivals; regional travel profiles; best bets; and attractions and lodging lists are also included.
New to this year’s app are sections highlighting the state’s seasonal vacation contests and a roundup of the ways to stay connected with Tennessee throughout the year.
To find your next vacation locale or to request a printed guide (or view the e-guide), explore tnvacation.com.

See Original Article Here:
http://www.nooga.com/161366/tennessee-department-of-tourism-development-launches-2013-ipad-travel-app/

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