We’ve got a new apps guide to share with you. Visitors to Toronto for the Toronto International Film Festival have an ideal travel guide with BlackBerry 10 features and applications. Whether you need to navigate Toronto’s transit system, find a great place to eat, or keep up on local news, these apps will make your stay smooth and stress-free:
Toronto International Film Festival®App: Get the official TIFF Festival™ 2013 app for BlackBerry, an interactive guide to the Toronto International Film Festival. Enjoy access to great features like the Festival schedule with venues and maps, watch trailers from within the app, stay up to date on the TIFF Festival through Social Feeds and more.
Indie Coffee Passport TO: Experience Toronto’s indie coffee culture. Use your $25 Indie Coffee Passport at the 30 participating locations to track your visits. Locations can be sorted by name or proximity to you.
Rocket Man: Accurate schedules for all Toronto buses and streetcars, with arrival times counted down in seconds. Updated in real time. Check arrival times for any stop in the city wherever you are.
Offline Map Toronto Canada: Navigate Toronto without data-roaming costs or a Wi-Fi connection. Find your location using offline GPS support and locate hotels, museums, restaurants, parks, and banks.
Car Navigator Toronto: Turn-by-turn voice guidance with precise route calculation with no Internet connection needed. Displays your position on the offline map in an overhead view.
Toronto Dining: Reviews of Toronto restaurants and cafes from three different publications.
Toronto Hotels: Find great deals on hotels, cruises, and vacation packages.
SpaBerry Toronto: Need to relax? Find the nearest spa during your stay in Toronto.
Toronto Free Wi-Fi: Avoid expensive roaming fees by finding free Wi-Fi hotspots using this GPS-enabled offline service. Search using your GPS location, neighbourhood, or postal code.