Q&A with Maria Iafelice, Docent Program Manager at Toledo Museum of Art Since its founding in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art's mission has been art education and it has earned a global reputation for the quality of their collection, their innovative and extensive education programs, and their architecturally significant campus. More than 30,000 works of art represent … Continue reading App Spotlight: Toledo Museum of Art
The right signage in the right places. It’s your first time here, you step into the lobby and look around. There’s the kiosk where you can purchase tickets, the gift shop is nearby, and beyond the new exhibit you’ve heard about. The ticket line is moving slow so you check your phone. After looking at … Continue reading What’s Your Sign?
New Mobile App Program will Help Educate and Guide Forest Visitors ROCHESTER, N.Y., Dec. 28, 2016 –OnCell has partnered with the U.S. Forest Service to launch a mobile tour app for every forest. Working with the Travel, Tourism and Interpretation section of the Forest Service, OnCell has worked diligently to provide a foundation that gives … Continue reading OnCell Partnership with U.S. Forest Service Aims to Launch an App for Every Forest
Self-Guided Tour Allows Visitors to Explore Gardens, Art, & Shops at Cornerstone Sonoma Cornerstone Sonoma is a wine country marketplace featuring a world-class shopping, boutique wineries and tasting rooms, artisanal foods, art-inspired gardens, and is home to Sunset's Gardens + Outdoor Test Kitchen. Located at the gateway of Sonoma and Napa County in California's beautiful Wine Country, Cornerstone … Continue reading App Spotlight: Cornerstone Sonoma
Q&A with Susan Shore, Heritage Tourism Program Specialist at the Texas Historical Commission Texas Time Travel Tours, the mobile app created by the Texas Historical Commission, is a true portrait of Texas. The app features over 550 sites, 170 of which are highlighted with audio and video. Currently there are seven statewide tours in the app and … Continue reading App Spotlight: Texas Time Travel Tours
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 was recently profiled in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle's Small Business Spotlight. Hear about our origin story and a few things about our founders you may not know about! You can find the the article here.
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
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
Technology Veteran Kevin Grinberg Selected to Lead Company's Engineering Strategy PITTSFORD, N.Y., December 14, 2015–OnCell, a leader in the mobile technology space for museums, parks, and cultural destinations, today announced the appointment of Kevin Grinberg to the role of Chief Technologist. Grinberg will be responsible for the company's technology strategy, engineering, and quality assurance operations … Continue reading OnCell Announces New Chief Technologist