Enjoy your road trips this summer with a location-based story app, now $39.99 for 3 years

Enjoy your road trips this summer with a location-based story app, now $39.99 for 3 years (via StackCommerce)

Whether you’re just driving your same route home from work or hitting the road on a cross-country drive, it’s easy to miss the little details of the world as they fly by your window. You may have driven by the same restaurant countless times without knowing it’s a hidden gem, or you might miss out on the unique history of an area because it just looks like another town you’re passing through.

If you want to learn about the world around you while you drive, try Autio. Autio is like a podcast that follows along with your journey. This app has a collection of stories and interesting facts about different places across the US, and a three-year Unlimited Plan is only $39.99, down 42% from its regular price of $69.


Hit the road with a unique companion app that tells you about the places you visit. Autio has a library of over 23,000 location-based stories and fun facts spanning a range of topics as long as the road you’re driving. Listen and learn about interesting geology you can see out the window, local restaurants and interesting places to stop, the history of a region, and more. You can even check the map of stories, but more are being added every week.

A fun app for road trips

Listen closely and you might recognize a few of the narrators. Celebrities like Kevin Costner, Phil Jackson, and John Lithgow narrate many of these captivating journeys into the world around you. You don’t even have to press play. Stories trigger automatically whenever one is relevant. Toss out the guidebook. Now you can learn about the world without taking your eyes off the road.

This subscription lasts for three years and lets you listen on up to three mobile devices.

Make your summer travels more interesting by purchasing a three-year Autio Unlimited Plan for $39.99 (reg. $69).

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