Guidrr's easy-to-use guide-creation and publishing software
offers 4 key benefits for content creators
Instantly create a step-by-step, mobile first destination guide, including writing, photos/videos, tips, map points. Once published, the guide also auto-generates a beautiful visual index and delivers a complete destination story with a cover, index, steps and a thank you page. Learn how to create beautiful mobile, social content that inspires and engages. Create a single experience for free, or become a member. Start creating today!
Use our simple and intuitive sharing capabilities to feed your social media engines. Easily share your guide on any browser as a beautiful, mobile-first viewing experience, with visual posts auto-generated from the social sharing URL associated with each created guide.
Easily build and house your own library of mobile-first, evergreen destination content. There's no tech or mobile skills required to publish experiences to your Guidrr app channel. All created guides are housed inside the free iPhone Guidrr app, searchable by tags, social identity and location. They are available to viewers as a free or paid in-app purchase to generate leads or deliver direct monetization
Create engaging, immersive mobile content that you can track and measure all the way from posting, to engagement, to results. As a members of the Guidrr community, creators receive reports on guide views, downloads and clicks to lead links.
Experience the Guidrr format for yourself on a desktop or a phone
24 HOURS IN MUMBAI
A cool city overview by Jitin and Patrick @oharaniluxe
72 HOURS IN MEXICO CITY
An urban luxe weekend guide from our founder @travelswithaassia
HIPSTER São Paulo WALK
Curated Vila Madelena, by influencer @gaiapassarelli
Live Like a Local
Downtown Dallas, Inc. asked Guidrr to improve it's user-generated mobile content around downtown experiences. Guidrr powers DDI's Live Like a Local page with content from a series of locals.
These include food, fashion, lifestyle and fitness bloggers who share their versions of #mydtd.
See the program here