When President Benjamin Harrison signed the law establishing Yosemite National Park on Oct. 1, 1890, the West had barely been won, the U.S. 4th Cavalry regiment served as the first park rangers, and the National Park Service was still a distant dream. Today marks the 125th anniversary of America's third-oldest national park, and visitors in 2015 … Continue reading Happy 125th Birthday, Yosemite National Park!
Chimani, the leading developer of mobile apps for national parks, is once again celebrating National Park Week by offering all of its iOS and Android apps for national parks for free. Yarmouth, ME (April 17, 2012) - Chimani, LLC announced today that all iOS and Android national park apps will be free in celebration of … Continue reading Chimani to Give Away 1 Million Mobile Apps for National Park Week
Another well produced video from Yosemite National Park, this time a personal story about the dangers of entering a river. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
The great folks at the Alaskan Apple Users Group just completed a reviews of the Chimani Yosemite National Park and Chimani Grand Canyon National Park apps and we’re honored to have received an EXCELLENT rating, or better yet, five stars on a moose! (Living in Maine, I appreciate the moose rating more!) Additionally, I loved … Continue reading Review: Chimani Yosemite & Grand Canyon National Park apps receive an EXCELLENT rating from the Alaskan Apple Users Group
“As dependent as we have become on smartphones, there are still some corners of California, like Yosemite Valley, where data coverage does not reach. This is a probably a good thing, but it is still handy to have fast information at your fingertips while visiting Yosemite National Park. At its core, Chimani’s Yosemite National Park app … Continue reading Review: hikespeak.com – Yosemite National Park app from Chimani for iPhone and Android devices
Chimani Yosemite National Park app is by far the best designed, chock-full-of-information app you’ll find for NPs. It has every aspect of information you’d want to know and even has a great, offline map with trail information. What I like most is that the developer clearly has a love for the National Parks and it … Continue reading