It started raining when we walked the tour so we listened to some of it back at the hotel. It worked really well both ways. I would definitely recommend to others.
I downloaded the 5 French London tours and the first London tour in English for comparison. I was impressed by the quality of the audio tours in general, and by the French version in particular. As for the translation, again, it is very professionally made.
Jonathan T, Founder of Anglotopia.net, the world’s biggest Anglophile Blog
I’ve had a listen to the tour for the City of London and the Southbank and I can say that it was accurate and interesting. It’s like having a personal tour guide in your pocket. The tours are high quality, well put together and filled with very interesting anecdotes about the history of the sights you’ll see on the tour.
I’ve been to Edinburgh several times, but learnt new and interesting things on both tours.
Alison D, Co-founder of Edinburgh Spotlight
One of the advantages of this type of tour was obvious right away. All I had to do was press pause and take photos to my hearts content and go at the pace I wanted to. Everything is explained well in a clear Scottish accent... Another bonus is that if English is your second language, you can pause and rewind what was said without the embarrassment of having to ask a tour guide to repeat what they said. I found the Parliament commentary particularly interesting, far better than how the building looks!
I loved the York tour. The sound and information was absolutely wonderful.
The tour was great. Got lost but I think it was my map reading rather than the map!
I was absolutely delighted with the tour. There was a nice level of detail. The commentary was lively, interesting and entertaining.