What is the Ask a Nomad App?

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Ask A Nomad is a FREE Q&A app for travellers to get answers from locals who know.

It is a place to ask your own travel questions or help others by sharing insights and local advice from your trips.

It works by recommending questions in real-time to other members who are nearby or have knowledge of a place and likely to know about the topic of interest.

While on the road, the Ask a Nomad iPad App* will carry your travel questions & answers with you, even when offline.

Got a question?

  • Ask your own travel questions - quickly and easily
  • Get fresh answers from real travellers and locals who know
  • Real-time notifications when someone writes an answer

Researching your trip?

  • Browse thousands of questions already answered
  • Search for information by destination, topic or people
  • All content is Geo-tagged with a city, region and country - so you can pinpoint and search for answers in specific locations
  • Browse everything! Only set up an account to post something or create a list of favorites
  • In-app web browser allows you to view web links without leaving the app

Take it on the road with you!

  • Find info about places nearby, based on your GPS location
  • Ask a question even when you are offline on that bumpy bus trip - it uploads next time you have a connection
  • Your own questions, answers and favorites list are ALWAYS available, even without internet access - just like your own personal guidebook.
  • In case you're not traveling with your iPad, you can still access all your Q&A online at answers.worldnomads.com

Just come home from a trip?

  • Share your own travel knowledge and help other travelers… go on, it's good karma

If you don't have an iPad, you can Ask A Nomad on the World Nomads website. However you connect, Ask A Nomad community will have an answer for you travel question.

* Please note that this app is only avaliable to download on your ipad only and not on other devices.

Last Updated: May 05, 2016 09:05AM AEST