Chimani, LLC announced all iOS and Android national park apps will be free in celebration of National Park Week, which runs from April 21-29.
The Chimani national park apps normally sell for between $4.99-$9.99 each and have an average rating of 4½ stars.
“Last year we gave away over 100,000 apps during National Park Week—it was a huge success and we had less than a quarter of the apps we have today,” says Chimani President, Kerry Gallivan.
“Our goal to reach a million downloads and to encourage just as many people, especially children, to visit our national parks. Download them today, and visit the parks next week!”
The Chimani suite of national park apps include:
- Acadia National Park
- Cape Cod National Seashore
- Cuyahoga Valley National Park
- Grand Canyon National Park
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Rocky Mountain National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
- Yosemite National Park
- Zion National Park
- National Parks app (a virtual passport tool for all the National Park Service units)
Each of the national park apps are an indispensable resource for anyone exploring some of the nation’s most treasured national parks.
Each delivers constantly updated content, ranger led event schedules, auto touring points of interest, hiking details, restroom locations, free shuttle bus schedules, and breaking news alerts.
Users can also view sunset and sunrise times for the most memorable scenic overlooks, access tide schedules along the coast, review lodging options, and much, much more.
The Chimani iOS and Android apps can be downloaded directly from Apple’s iTunes App Store and the Android versions from Google Play (keyword: “chimani”).
National Parks app—a virtual passport for all National Parks
Create a virtual passport of your trip and access all the latest news on national parks.
The Chimani National Parks app allows users to create a virtual passport of their visits to any one of the 394 National Park System locations.
The app also features the option of accessing news provided by National Park Traveler and the National Park Service on a daily basis.
Whether it’s backcountry hiking in the Grand Tetons, rock climbing in Yosemite, or bicycling the carriage roads of Acadia—these apps are made from personal experience.
- Sunrise/set data for a year
- Tidal data for a year
- Ranger-led Events for the entire season
- Audio tour by a professional voiceover artist
- Photos by a professional photographer
Chimani, LLC was founded by Kerry Gallivan, in January 2010.
Chimani is short for the Chimanimani Mountains National Park in Zimbabwe.
Chimani is the leading developer of mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android designed to help visitors explore our national parks.
We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know that place for the first time.
— T. S. Eliot, Little Gidding