Aroundly, the app for traveling in Italy

ITALY – 08-18-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Summer is coming and it’s time to explore Italy with the app that has accompanied over 5000 travelers to discover the most visited destinations in our country. Along with the long line of cities already available, Aroundly recently added Naples, Viterbo and Rome.

The capital of Campania follows the already explored Matera, Cagliari, Erice, Catania, Trapani, Syracuse, Palermo, Castelsardo, Pomarico, Alberobello, Trieste, Maratea, Ragusa and Modica. Developed by iInformatica Srls, which includes among others iOrdino and iPlaya applications, Aroundly has used the experience of Antonio Ruoto and Mario Mosca for the city of Naples, experts at the Suor Orsola Benincasa University.

At the tours modeled on the traveler’s preferences, the routes shared with new friends nearby and the opportunity to browse events and places of greatest interest in recent weeks Aroundly has also introduced a humanoid chatbot named Undy, based on a powerful semantic network developed by Diego Sinitò, Michele Di Lecce and Antonio Gaito.

“We have entered a new phase – note Vito Santarcangelo, founder of iInformatica – The success of downloads, to date over 5000, and the voluntary support of influencers and users urge us to move forward on this path, enriching this tourist initiative profit of new features and increasing the number of destinations to always guarantee the best possible experience “.


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