Siberia | Tourism, recreation | Technology & innovation

Booking tourist centers in Siberia comes to your mobile device

19 Sep '14
Fingerpost, a Krasnoyarsk-based company in Siberia, has developed a mobile app enabling users to easily book tourist recreation centers in Siberia, reported the KRITBI Krasnoyarsk Regional Innovation and Technology Business Incubator, of which Fingerpost is a resident company.

The new mobile app is said to be able to help users choose, book and pay for a tourist recreation center for Siberia’s most picturesque sightseeing programs in the Krasnoyarsk region, Khakassia, Lake Baikal, Mountainous Altai and others. There are more than 100 such centers available via the service already, KRITBI pointed out.

The developer bets on the new mobile release in its effort to boost the number of users for the already operational desktop booking service.

“We’re launching the app in a bid to cover a huge additional market and become more accessible and convenient in the world of mobility. It will take a client little time and no effort to book through the app,” said Andrei Shevelyov, the Fingerpost project manager.

You can take a look at the app version for Android-powered gadgets by clicking here. The Siberian company is working on a version for iPhone users, too, to be released shortly.
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