PLANO, Texas, May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Navigation Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hertz Corporation, is debuting custom iPhone city travel apps under the Hertz NeverLost® My Explore™ brand for Dallas-Fort Worth, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami-West Palm, New York, Sacramento-Northern California, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston and Washington, D.C., with five new cities on the drawing board.
Denver, Wine Country, Detroit, Chicago and New Orleans are slated for a mid-June release, bringing the total number of My Explore apps to 17. The first city app is free, with additional cities available through an in-app download for 99 cents each.
Business or leisure travelers can search each app city's customized content and use cutting-edge technology to plan trips and explore cities in a fun and unexpected way.
The app features augmented reality, customized voice narratives and text descriptions for must-see sites, tours, shopping, neighborhoods, favorites and restaurants, 5-day weather forecasts, and a way to share your experience via Facebook and Twitter. A simple click of the app launches six categories: Explore/Top Must See/Events/Favorites/Tours and Neighborhoods.
The My Explore apps were designed to complement the Hertz NeverLost Gen 5 GPS device in Hertz vehicles and are supported by free online trip planning at www.neverlost.com. Click on the link to download the app for free: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-explore-hertz-neverlost/id457525242?mt=8
Navigation Solutions, based in Plano, TX, develops the Hertz NeverLost® travel system, a user-friendly, customizable route-guidance system. NeverLost also develops and markets customized destination-specific smartphone mobile applications for travel, under My Explore™.
The Hertz Corporation, a subsidiary of Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HTZ), is the world's largest general use car rental brand, operating from approximately 8,200 locations in 146 countries worldwide, and is the No.1 airport car rental brand in the U.S.
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