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Mercedes-Benz Museum Guide App

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The arrival of Apple iPad really change the traditional car catalogs as we knew and took it to the next level. Now companies release a digital application which you can download on your tablet or phone, and it’s interactive and easier to use and also looks much cooler. Mercedes-Benz has released a new version of its museum guide, the Mercedes-Benz Museum 2.0, available for free from the Apple App Store.

The app will come very handy if you are planning to visit the museum as it consists of every aspect of Mercedes-Benz Classic. A market place area combines the museum shop with a replacement part search tool. In addition to this there is also comprehensive information on events and exhibitions. The application also supports dialogue-based communication with user profiles and a Clubs and Communities section.

Following on the heels of the Mercedes-Benz Quartet, Silver Arrow and Super Sports Cars applications, Mercedes-Benz Classic has now unveiled the Classic app. Coinciding with the 125th anniversary of the automobile in 2011, this timely release can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store at http://itunes.apple.com/en/app/mercedes-benz-classic/id399398713. The app turns the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch into a digital museum guide with a bilingual interface. As well as having the guide to hand in the museum itself, users can also enjoy the app at home and on the road. All 160 vehicle exhibits from the Legend and Collection museum tours are featured, with pictures, captions, background information and, in most cases, sound files too. So not only can your own handheld device become a multimedia guide while you’re at the museum, it can also serve as a handy destination guide on the way there.

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