Cincinnati Zoo

Cincinnati Zoo


The Cincinnati Zoo's app is designed to enhance your visit to the zoo and to provide a connection to wildlife from any location. Features include: GPS-enabled map with "Near Me" feature, a schedule of daily happenings, Zoo videos, podcasts, exhibit and animal information.

Recent changes:
New in v5.6.1

- Minor bug fixes and improvements
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Free
77
3.9
User ratings
182
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
46709 kb
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About Cincinnati Zoo
The Cincinnati Zoo's app is designed to enhance your visit to the zoo and to provide a connection to wildlife from any location. Features include: GPS-enabled map with "Near Me" feature, a schedule of daily happenings, Zoo videos, podcasts, exhibit and animal information.

Recent changes:
New in v5.6.1

- Minor bug fixes and improvements

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 29, 2014
Map not interactive
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
Cincinnati zoo Animal sounds Lion sounds
A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Meh. The interactive map didn't work for me. Only a quarter of the map even loaded. The maps a big reason why I downloaded it to begin with so that was disappointing.
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Helpful for the most part The events calendar was helpful however it would have really helped to have the app tell you where the event is located in the zoo. We had never been to the zoo before so had no idea where to go. Ended up having to track down some zoo employees to ask where to go. Otherwise the map was good, we were able to zoom enough to see what exhibit was coming up next & to be able to plan which one we wanted to see next.
A Google User
May 5, 2014
Expected more. Disappointed in the map. shows location but hard to see :( need better zoom and different color pointer. That's what happens when programers test in there office :(