Good Free Apps of the Day: 15 FREE Chimani National Parks Guides!! – Smart Apps For Kids

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Happy Independence Day to our American fans! Today’s Good Free Apps celebrate the United States with 15 amazing Chimani National Parks guides! My family has visited four National Parks in the last week, with two or three more to go on this vacation. These guides provide a great amount of information for FREE, and are a MUST for exploring National Parks.

Have a lover of geography in the house? No need to actually visit the parks–download at least the main National Parks app, with information about 401 National Park Service Units, and help children explore the beauty of the United States!


**NOTE: All of the apps do contain In-App Purchases for optional features like an augmented reality viewer, and for the National Parks Traveler daily news. Please be sure to turn off in-app purchases if young children will be using independently.**

NP2 Chimani National Parks

Introducing Chimani’s National Parks app! It contains details on 401 National Park Service units. Access daily national park news provided by National Park Traveler News (in-app purchase required). Create a passport of when you’ve visited any one of the National Park Service units – including each one of the 59 National Parks. View a Photo Gallery which includes 401 photos of each of the units. And much more!

The key features of the app include the following:

★ Simple Interface – Interaction with the app using Chimani’s unique interface based on universal national park symbols.
★ Passport Stamps – Record the years you’ve visit a National Park Service unit and create a “Someday/Maybe” list.
★ Someday/Maybe – Create a “Someday/Maybe” list of units and parks which you plan to visit!
★ News – Access daily national park news provided by National Park Traveler News website (in-app purchase required).
★ Search – Use the lighten-fast search engine to find anyone of the 383 units within the app.
★ Details – Learn about the rich history in each one of the National Park Service units (content provided by Wikipedia).
★ Location – View the location of each unit on interactive maps.

*** This app requires an initial Internet connection to download photos (either Wifi or cellular). ****

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