This app can be used on iPhone and most Android phones. (Unfortunately it may not be available for some Huawei phones because of the Google issue).
You will first need to download the free app onto your smartphone - go to Google Play Store/ iPhone App Store and find izi.travel to do this.
When it's installed, select All Around Me. It will then ask you to allow it to track your location. If you're using an iPhone you may need to open and click on the Search field near the top of the screen first.
You should then see our walks as an option. Click on one for our contents screen.
Are you at the starting point? If you are, then press Play Audio for the introduction. You can also use this part of the commentary to adjust the sound on your phone if you wish.
Then press the Start
Then all you have to do is walk. Listen to the commentary and take time to look at the images which appear for a particular location. Tap on a photo to look at it and then swipe across for more. You can also read the notes if you wish, as they reflect the commentary.
If you’re using the app on location, when you've visited a feature it will change on the map from a number to a blue 'tick'. If you want to revisit any, then you need to 'reset' the walk, as they won't play again automatically while you're out and about.
To do this on an Android phone, go back to the start page for the walk and click on the three red dots in the top right hand corner - press reset.
On an iPhone, go to the home page of the app and look to the bottom of the screen. Tap My Profile > Preferences > Cache Settings > Tap Clear Visiting History and then tap Reset Cache and allow the app to clear all data and to relaunch.
When you're listening to an audio clip, it is possible to use the control bar lower down on your screen, to stop and start. This may change the bar at the top to red, indicating you are no longer in 'auto' mode. Just tap again to go back to 'auto'. (If you are still in 'manual mode' and walking, the next clip will not play automatically.)