KH HIT-CITY app (Cities Portal)


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KH HIT-CITY is made by KamaHapa, a Vancouver based start-up!

When launching the app, everyone sees a vista of Whistler BC. That’s the Home Page. The app proudly promotes Canada to the World, right at the outset.

Just search “HIT-CITY” on Google Play.

17 Canadian cities + Whistler are pre-loaded for “Drag-Drop Marking” on Google Maps, where a Street View is automatically rendered, if available. For pre-loaded cities, the Google GPS Navigator is also activated simply by clicking on a marker.

Using the app’s microphone, a user can say any city, then, access any information using the available menu widgets, even if that city not pre-loaded!!

That means, any information about Canada can be searched by simple click of a relevant widget. The app comes with manual on how to exploit the widgets for more information. Yes, the app comes with a manual!

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Date Published
June 24, 2017
  • City Information
  • Location
  • weather
  • images
  • pictures
  • Video
  • travel
  • Tour
  • GPS
  • 3D

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Submitted by Taylor Talwal on September 27, 2020 - 10:32 PM

Stumbled upon this app. We used the parks searching feature with the split map so you don't get lost in the weeds. For whatever reason, the weather feature shows a list of weather sites on first click then local weather on second click: could you do that in reverse?

Submitted by Emily Navopori on June 24, 2019 - 1:55 AM

Thats a good streetview shot, obviously from Blackcomb in Whistler.

Submitted by Ashley on May 09, 2019 - 6:15 PM

It looks like a good layout of themes to search about Canada. I'll give it a try.