Esplorio is the easy, smart and free way to track and share your travels. Automatically log the places you visit, map your routes with brilliant accuracy, and upload the photos you take into your own private travel journal.REVIEWS"The perfect digital travel companion" - Wired Magazine"Esplorio works like a dream" - The Next Web"I rather like Esplorio" - The Guardian"Really cool product", "Great app, well executed", "This is an app I'm super excited about" - Product Hunt reviewsAUTOMATIC Just download, give Esplorio location and photo access, and go - Esplorio updates itself and saves your travel footprints automatically.WORKS OFFLINE Travelling abroad? No problem, Esplorio doesn't need roaming data coverage to build your journal - it'll just sync next time you get internet access. You can view your GPS track and previously synced data anytime.LONG BATTERY LIFE Esplorio is the most battery-efficient of any all day tracking app for your paths without sacrificing any accuracy or detail.We've tuned Esplorio for travel so the routes you take (even in cars, boats, and trains) will be recorded precisely, not just the rough directions. It works with jet skis and quad bikes too (we checked - not submarines though).POWERFUL EDITING Quickly adjust locations, times, and edit the photographs in your trips. Use TripIt integration to create trips and import flights from your itinerary. You can even add notes about each place and photograph, to further add to the narrative of your experience.COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATION Add Facebook, Instagram, Foursquare, Twitter, Flickr, TripIt and Picasa to your Esplorio account to make your chronicle even richer. Use your integrated social accounts to recover past journeys.EASY TO SHAREEsplorio allows you to share tours, trips, or moments privately or to the networks you wish. Esplorio is made for all travellers - sun worshippers, holiday adventurers, bloggers, and nomads alike. Call it your self writing life story, memoir, autobiography or automatic travel blog. It is handcrafted with love, excitement and many cups of tea in Oxford, United Kingdom.*Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.