Portland, ME, April 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Dispatches, the app that turns your adventure and travel photos into short stories, now seamlessly integrates location based Wikipedia entries into your narrative. A whole new experience of innovative storytelling blends your personal memories with significant historical and contextual facts about where your adventures take you.
For the first time you and others who enjoy your Dispatches can learn information of significance about the places you visit right in the flow of the narrative. “Now alongside your photos of the Roman Coliseum you'll have a relevant summary of the Wikipedia entry to provide the factual and historical context,” says Dispatches spokesman Matthew Stowell. “This blending of personal experience with historical significance delivers new and exciting quick publishing of travel adventures.”
Dispatches helps people capitalize on the proliferation of photos taken on their iPhones and iPads to create something meaningful. Rather than simply posting or sharing a photo, Dispatches turns images into a story. Humans more easily grasp and remember narratives.
“We are talking about a whole new experience, combining an individual experience with rich descriptions of the place, enabling people to explore multiple levels of knowledge and information,” explains Stowell. Enjoy, save, and share digital magazines of your adventures with your personal audience. Your readers will enjoy a travelogue – take them along with you to see the sites without them ever having to leave home. Now you can create these narratives rapidly from the field with Dispatches for iPhone and iPad.
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