Picfari comes to Android
PICFARI, the innovative, free mobile app and website designed to enrich the travel experience through easy-to-use photo tours, today announced the launch of the Android version of its app.
Like its iOS counterpart launched in March, the new Picfari app for Android makes it easy to get inspired to explore new destinations from a photographic perspective. One of the most used features of the Picfari app is the “Picfaris Around Me” which, at the press of a button, instantly delivers Picfari photo tours within close proximity to the traveler.
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