When you’re on the road and backpacking across foreign lands, there are so many things that you’d like to share to your friends and family. You take snapshots and do your best to remember all the smallest details of your travels so that you can share the experience with all those that you care about as soon as you get home, and sometimes, it can be quite difficult, waiting days and sometimes weeks to be able to tell your stories.
The advent of the internet has made it so that you don’t have to wait until you get home to share about your travels – all you need now is a working internet connection and then you can update your social media accounts with stories and photos of all the beautiful things you’ve experienced. But even then, when you’re traveling off the beaten path, an internet connection can be scarce. Luckily, your mobile phone can now serve as a wonderful travelog, with hundreds of apps that help you document your adventures.
Mobile phones have become a staple of modern living, with Gaming Realms, operators of Spin Genie, saying that tablet and smartphone installed bases have already exceeded PC installed bases. Many now use phones for their daily tasks, accessing the internet over their phones, making and taking calls and texts, and of course, using apps that aid in productivity. Lucky for the traveler, a slew of apps have also been made to help them keep track of their adventures.
Off Exploring is one of those apps, but it takes things a step further, allowing you to log your travels and create expansive, detailed posts about your travels without ever having to be online. All you need to do is launch the app, create your post, upload photos, and then save the post, and the app will sync all your entries as soon as you go online again.
But where exactly do your entries get synced? This is the best part about using Off Exploring – you’re given your own web address that your friends and family can check for updates, and all the entries you create within the app are uploaded to this web address. For those looking for something more, well, tangible, you can even order a hard copy of your posts directly from Off Exploring. That’s right, you can turn your posts <em>into a book</em> with their services. Pricing depends on how many pages your book will be, but some sample books are available on the website as well.
If you’ve ever needed a way to document your travels while on the go, Off Exploring is certainly one of the better ways to do so.