EVE Guides is a smartphone/tablet app for the presentation of, and interaction with, visitor guides. It offers a comprehensive and cost-effective (in particular, zero cost of app development and ownership) mobile visitor guide solution for institutions or businesses such as museums, zoos, botanic gardens, aquariums, galleries, and exhibition organizers.
Institutions, businesses and individuals are invited to try out the app by downloading it from Apple's App Store ( to access it, or use the QR code on the left). Install the app, open it and enter a guide named pdmart for a demo of a museum visitor guide.
Visitors use the app to get information about the exhibits and objects on display via any combination of text, images, audio and video. They also utilize it to orient themselves and locate points-of-interest on the premises floor plan/map, keep track of events that take place during their visit, get general information (e.g. about food services and stores), follow customized visit plans, capture their personal visit experience and share it with others, and provide feedback. All these features are integrated and presented via a highly practical and simple-to-use user interface which lets the visitor focus on the exhibits rather than on how to use the app itself.
The app needs to be downloaded just once; thereafter, it can be used over and over again to access any guide. It naturally serves as an alternative/substitute to the traditional audio guide in places like museums and zoos, as audio clips (and video clips, incl. YouTube, for that matter) can be linked to any topic or object covered by the guide.
We - the developers of EVE Guides - are dedicated to turning
the app into "the mother of all mobile visitor guides" with a worldwide recognition as the
most practical and best overall mobile visitor guide solution.
Deploying an EVE Mobile Visitor Guide
Preparing a visitor guide is quite straightforward and we provide the necessary support to that end. A guide can be created in surprisingly short time and little effort - relatively small places (target guide containing 300 or so objects) can expect their guide to be up-and-running in a time frame of two to four weeks, depending on the extent to which audio content is supported.
The app is currently available for iPhones/iPads in Apple's App Store. An Android version is scheduled for early 2013. Institutions, businesses or individuals who wish to explore the deployment of an EVE Guides-based guide are invited to contact us for more information ( to send us a message).