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Monuments of Manhattana videoguide from Guides Who Know™
Your first Guides Who Know videoguide may be the largest app that you’ve ever installed on your mobile device. When you are ready to download, make sure that you have a good WiFi (not cellular or mobile!) Internet connection.
Note: The download will take some time. You may want to start it while you are doing something else.
Our videoguide has superb quality Dolby sound. For best results, use headphones or earphones rather than your device's speaker. Guides Who Know™ videoguides are tested with Sony MDR-W08 mini-headphones, but any good headphones or earphones will work.
Control the volume for the app the same way you'd control volume on a phone call or a music player.
Once the videoguide is installed, start it from Home -> Applications. Or, for easy access, copy the icon to your Home screen.
You can run the video segments of the videoguide without Internet access. To sort the monuments near-to-far or get directions to a monument, see the next section.
To have your device find the sculptures:
The "Near to Far" button puts the monuments nearest to you are at the top of the list. "North to South" sorts them geographically.
The "Rescan" button tells the videoguide to re-check your GPS location and to recalculate the near-to-far order.
A few monuments are tricky to access: the Vanderbilt monument, for example, is not at street level (as the HopStop directions imply). To get directions for reaching such monuments, click the "More" button.
To return to the Guides Who Know™ videoguide interface after using the Map or Directions buttons, click the "Back" button on your device.
The Art and History buttons run videos. The first time you open Monuments of Manhattan, your device will ask which media player you want to use to run them. Select the best media player that you have on your phone. (We recomend MX Player Pro. For more on this, see below.)
To offer additional fascinating facts about the monuments, the "More" button opens the web browser (such as Google Chrome, Safari, or Firefox) on your device and takes you to the Forgottten Delights website.
Our videos run on Ciné!Brīo™ technology, which is like a camera that works with any compatible lens - even one that did not exist when the camera was manufactured. If you are not satisfied with playback through the factory-provided player of your device, your Guides Who Know™ videoguide will work with any standard MP4 player.
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