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Las Vegas Revealed App

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Explore the parts of Las Vegas most visitors only dream of seeing with Revealed Travel Guides’ Las Vegas app. Our GPS-aware app guides you to the best spots in Sin City and the areas around it, all the way from the most popular sights along the Strip and Fremont Street to some of the coolest, best-kept secrets all over town and even out in the desert. Our map works with your phone’s GPS to help guide you through city streets and on hiking trails so you know where you are (and can find where you want to go). With reviews all over the city and the natural areas that surround it, Las Vegas Revealed brings some of the quirkiest, funnest and most beautiful destinations in the Las Vegas Valley right to your phone.

Whether you’re an outdoors enthusiast that’s curious about Red Rock or Lake Mead, a gambler that’s looking for something else to do or a visitor that’s never been to Vegas, our guides can help you read up on the shows, nightlife, activities, and sights that make Las Vegas one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Get the most out of your Sin City vacation and download Las Vegas Revealed today!

Updates:

  • May 12th: Got the final design.  Next stop BETA.
  • June 24th: We released for beta. Yup, we’re officially in the testing phase.
  • August 18: Final version due out tomorrow!  If everything goes well, we’ll be in the stores in a few short weeks!

TWO YEARS IN THE MAKING—COMING SOON!

Soon to be available on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store

Author’s Note

I’ve been writing guidebooks, apps and now GPS audio tours to Hawaii for more than 25 years. I was sad when I ran out of Hawaiian islands to write about, until one day I had an epiphany. As every resident of Hawaii will tell you, Hawaii has a 9th island. And that island is Las Vegas. Vegas is the most popular place that Hawaii residents go to for vacation. When you live in a tropical paradise, the last thing you want to do is go on vacation to another tropical island. You want different. And baby, Vegas is different. Also, many residents of Hawaii love to gamble. It’s a cultural thing. Ever wonder why Hawaii doesn’t allow shipboard gambling to take place? It’s because officials fear it would be too popular with residents and that many would lose their ‘okole on it. Heck, we don’t even have a lottery here.

As readers of my Hawaii Revealed guidebooks know, I review everything personally and anonymously. So I had my staff spend almost a year researching all of the things you can see, do, eat or drink in Vegas. And then they turned me loose for eight months.

To give you an example, on my first day in the field I found myself in a helicopter shooting a real machine gun at airplane fuselages on the ground in the mountains near Vegas. Later that day I jumped off a 855 foot high building with only a cable to stop my fall at the end. The next day I was snow skiing at Lee Canyon nearby. You can surf at one of the resorts, have a drink in an ice bar where everything—even your cups—are made out of ice. You can drive Lamborghinis, operate a bulldozer for hours, blow up a car or crush one while driving a tank, visit Area 51, where I lost a drone by the way, drive a speedboat on the colorado river—I mean, it goes on and on. I set out to prove that there is much more to Vegas than just gambling and shows. And I had the time of my life proving it. Download a copy of Las Vegas Revealed and you’ll have the time of your life, too.

Andrew Doughty