App Spotlight: Cranbrook House and Gardens

Q&A with Eric Franchy, Public Relations Coordinator at Cranbrook House and Gardens Cranbook House and Gardens, located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, is the oldest historic manor in metropolitan Detroit and serves as the centerpiece of the Cranbrook Educational Community campus, a National Historic Landmark. Formerly the estate of Ellen Scripps and newspaper mogul George Booth, Cranbrook is … Continue reading App Spotlight: Cranbrook House and Gardens

OnCell Announces Strong Growth in First Quarter Fiscal 2016

Native apps, advanced features with premier support drive revenue growth PITTSFORD, N.Y., April 29, 2016–OnCell, a leader in the mobile tour segment for museums and all cultural destinations, today announced dramatic growth for its first fiscal quarter, ending March 31, 2016. The company ended its first quarter with a revenue increase of 53% versus the … Continue reading OnCell Announces Strong Growth in First Quarter Fiscal 2016

Start the New Year With an All-Inclusive Beacon Tour

For a limited time, purchase our native iOS and Android app bundle with 10 beacons and save up to 20%. Choose from our Pro, Lite, or Audio Guide products. Your beacons ship pre-configured and ready to install with no additional set-up fees. Location aware beacons use low-energy Bluetooth to ensure your visitors receive the most … Continue reading Start the New Year With an All-Inclusive Beacon Tour

Currier Museum of Art Wins Accessibility Award for Audio Tour

The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire, was honored with a 2015 Access Award by the New Hampshire Association for the Blind for outstanding accomplishments in accessibility for people with disabilities. The Currier worked closely with the New Hampshire Association for the Blind to launch a mobile tour of collection highlights that includes audio … Continue reading Currier Museum of Art Wins Accessibility Award for Audio Tour

Share the Love With Our New Referral Program

Are you an existing client who is looking to save money for your organization or add new services, like native apps? Have you been wanting to launch a new tour but haven't quite had the funds? Now's your chance to save! We're excited to announce a new referral program for you and your colleagues! Introduce a colleague and … Continue reading Share the Love With Our New Referral Program

Tips & Tricks: How to Create Apps with a Custom Feel

If you don't have the budget right now to create a unique custom design for your app, don't fret. Our builder was designed to be flexible and lets you tap your creative spirit! You can easily give your app more punch by taking advantage of the app builder's capabilities and enlisting your resident image maven. 1. … Continue reading Tips & Tricks: How to Create Apps with a Custom Feel

2015 Schedule of Events

Contact us at info@toursphere.com if you are attending any of these events and would like to schedule a dedicated chat about your mobile interpretive strategy. We look forward to seeing you soon! Museum Association of New York April 12-14 Corning, NY Nevada Tourism Commission's Rural Roundup April 15-17 Carson City, NV Join our President Thomas … Continue reading 2015 Schedule of Events

App Spotlight: The Noah Webster House

Q&A with Sarah St. Germain, Coordinator of Public Programs at the Noah Webster House The Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society is located in the restored birthplace and childhood home of Noah Webster. Webster was a national figure known not only for the first American dictionary and the Blue-Backed Speller, but also for being … Continue reading App Spotlight: The Noah Webster House

App Spotlight: The McCormick Foundation’s Cantigny Park

Q&A with Diane Gutenkauf, Director of the Robert R. McCormick Museum Cantigny Park is the former estate of Colonel Robert R. McCormick, longtime editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune. Covering an expansive 500-acres in Wheaton, Illinois, the Colonel left his estate as a gift to the public upon his death in 1955. The park … Continue reading App Spotlight: The McCormick Foundation’s Cantigny Park

App Spotlight: Geneva Historical Society

Q&A with Kerry Lippincott, Executive Director at the Geneva Historical Society Founded in 1883, the Geneva Historical Society preserves and tells the stories of Geneva, New York through three historic house museums–the Geneva History Museum at the Prouty-Chew House, Rose Hill Mansion, and Johnston House. They launched their first cell phone tour with OnCell in early 2014 and … Continue reading App Spotlight: Geneva Historical Society