Next Exit History

Next Exit History


Over 57,000 Historic locations!!! NextExitHistory™ is a heritage tourism application providing users the opportunity to learn more about the history and culture of America by delivering information directly to their Android device. Scholarly, certified information is provided via text, images, audio, and video formats and is based on users’ proximity to heritage tourism sites as well as their interests.

Next Exit History is a collaborative project between the University of West Florida and Historical Research Associates. Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), provides heritage tourism, cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support services for public and private clients throughout North America. Since 1974, HRA has been helping its clients understand the past to solve current problems and interpret local, regional, and national history.

The current database of information is primarily populated with Historical Markers. We are working to expand the database to include more museums, parks, interpretive sites, and much much more. You should not use the Program while operating a moving vehicle or any equipment as your attention may be distracted and this may result in severe injury or death. You are solely responsible for such activity should you undertake it and we are not liable for any damages related thereto.

Recent changes:
Completely redesigned UX
Enhanced mapping features
Enhanced Search capabilities
Updated and Enhanced Backpacks feature
Updated Social Networking integration
Database updates and streamlining
Performance enhancements
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3.6
User ratings
78
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
8106 kb
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About Next Exit History
Over 57,000 Historic locations!!! NextExitHistory™ is a heritage tourism application providing users the opportunity to learn more about the history and culture of America by delivering information directly to their Android device. Scholarly, certified information is provided via text, images, audio, and video formats and is based on users’ proximity to heritage tourism sites as well as their interests.

Next Exit History is a collaborative project between the University of West Florida and Historical Research Associates. Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), provides heritage tourism, cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support services for public and private clients throughout North America. Since 1974, HRA has been helping its clients understand the past to solve current problems and interpret local, regional, and national history.

The current database of information is primarily populated with Historical Markers. We are working to expand the database to include more museums, parks, interpretive sites, and much much more. You should not use the Program while operating a moving vehicle or any equipment as your attention may be distracted and this may result in severe injury or death. You are solely responsible for such activity should you undertake it and we are not liable for any damages related thereto.

Recent changes:
Completely redesigned UX
Enhanced mapping features
Enhanced Search capabilities
Updated and Enhanced Backpacks feature
Updated Social Networking integration
Database updates and streamlining
Performance enhancements

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 3, 2014
Next Where to go
A Google User
Dec 3, 2014
Great idea; execution could be better I agree with those who find it difficult to use at times. My main complaint is that there is no way to back up one screen. You tap a point of interest, and the little black information rectangle comes up. Fine. Now I want to go back to the screen I just tapped on to tap on another point of interest. Can't do that. The left arrow and "go back" buttons take you all the way to the app's opening screen. Tapping "find" again takes you to the screen with the black rectangle you were just trying to get off of. Getting to the map with all the local points of interest once again takes about six button taps. Kludgy.
A Google User
Nov 22, 2014
What's Up With Search I click on Magnifying Glass (Search?) And I can't enter any text. The developer should learn about standards in an App. This app may be packed full of good info but if I can't find it on my terms in a reasonable amount of time, it gets uninstalled quickly. Don't want them getting info from my device while I can't even get the benefit I expected when I downloaded.
A Google User
Oct 8, 2014
Good idea, bad execution Slow and clunky interface. Map has no standard controls like plus/minus and keep changing sizes while landmark icons remain large. Did not find it intuitive or easy to use.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Great app Excellent application that provides context for trips and vacations. Easy to use and a reliable source for vetted information. A must have for anyone seeking a richer experience on travel.