Explore the Mary Baker Eddy Library’s 3-story Globe on Your Smartphone

Mary Baker Eddy founded the Christian Science system of religious thought in the late 1800s and today, her life's work is celebrated at the Mary Baker Eddy Library. This multi-use facility is dedicated to educating the public about Eddy's life and ideas. The museum, research center and lending library opened in 2002 and now a … Continue reading Explore the Mary Baker Eddy Library’s 3-story Globe on Your Smartphone

Beantown Mysteries on the Harbor

Want to get the inside story on where the Departed was filmed? Or check out old images of how Boston used to look? If you’re local to Boston, you’ve probably explored the Boston harbor either by sea, or walking along the water and enjoying the beautiful breezy views. But, for those tourists looking to visit … Continue reading Beantown Mysteries on the Harbor

Exploring the Trees of the Milliken Arboretum with a Mobile App

With more than 150 acres of greenery, plants and wildlife to explore, the Milliken Arboretum is a hidden jewel at Wofford University in Spartanburg, SC. With more than 4,500 trees, the world-class horticultural display aims to promote environmental consciousness, educate the community and heighten awareness of the importance of trees in a rapidly developing urban world. … Continue reading Exploring the Trees of the Milliken Arboretum with a Mobile App

Imagination Exhibit @Walker Library Goes Mobile

The human imagination has come up with some incredible things over the centuries. The Walker Library of the History of Human Imagination focuses on the sparks of genius that have driven so many of our innovations over the years, cataloguing it all into a novel 3,600 square foot museum in Stamford, CT. But just as imagination has … Continue reading Imagination Exhibit @Walker Library Goes Mobile

A Mobile App for Lexington Historical Society

Learning about history has a whole new meaning with the new mobile app recreating the Battle of Lexington.  The app from Toursphere gives visitors an opportunity to relive crucial moments of the Revolutionary War in an engaging way. One awesome feature about the app is the ability to take the tour in multiple ways. For … Continue reading A Mobile App for Lexington Historical Society

Thoreau Farm Goes Mobile

Henry David Thoreau, as gifted as he was, certainly never expected his family farm to be the base for a smartphone app. The farm now has a full mobile tour that teaches visitors about the property, Thoreau and his family. Being almost a century older than Thoreau himself, the farm is full of history and … Continue reading Thoreau Farm Goes Mobile

Mountain View Grand Resort Uses TourSphere Mobile App to Serve Guests

Kudos to Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa who used TourSphere to build an onsite Mobile Concierge. Any question you could ever ask a concierge can be answered right on the hotel's swanky new app. You can check out daily events, tour the property, peruse menus, book spa and restaurant reservations and more. The mobile … Continue reading Mountain View Grand Resort Uses TourSphere Mobile App to Serve Guests

iSpy a cool new app: International Spy Museum

It's no secret that the International Spy Museum is one of the most intriguing museums D.C. has to offer. They now offer a mobile app from Toursphere that is enhancing the novelty of the museum exponentially. The Spy Museum's app is a perfect example of how an app can make a visitor's experience more than … Continue reading iSpy a cool new app: International Spy Museum

Mount Auburn Cemetery’s Mobile App

Mount Auburn Cemetery easily gets our vote as one of Boston's most beautiful places. Situated in both Cambridge and Watertown, the Mount Auburn Cemetery breaks the traditional image of a dark and gloomy graveyard by being "America's first garden cemetery."  It is a combination of a cemetery and a park, with rolling hills that take … Continue reading Mount Auburn Cemetery’s Mobile App