Add interactive maps of your museum to help visitors find the exhibits they’re excited about. GPS-enabled maps can also be added for outdoor points of interest.
Use proximity beacons indoors to create a interactive experience for your visitors as they move within the museum.
OnCell provides a unique web app that is updated in real time. Your museum app is never stale; if an exhibit changes or moves, updates to the app are in real time.
Provide your visitors with beautiful custom maps, photos, videos, audio, and other opportunities to interact with exhibits at their own pace.
OnCell mobile tour apps deliver valuable real-time analytics about your visitors and allow you to create museum visitor surveys for immediate feedback.
Remove the burden of keeping museum audio tour equipment on hand by providing cell phone tours. Take advantage of the technology that your visitors are already carrying.
OnCell mobile tour apps work with accessibility options on most devices for the visually- and hearing-impaired. Learn more.
Build on a flexible platform–with OnCell you can add multiple languages, create interactive images, match your organization's brand, or add a game or scavenger hunt component to your app.
You choose whether to offer your app on the web, Apple or Google Play stores. So many options. Something for everyone.
Rochester, NY, United States
Meet history’s playful side at The Strong—the nation’s museum of play! Discover two floors of vibrant, interactive exhibit spaces and the world's most comprehensive collection of toys, dolls, board games, and electronic games. Be guided with the app through a whole lot of educational, entertaining, and unforgettable intergenerational experiences.
The app contains self-guided artefact tours, as well as an events calendar so you make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun. The app is available in English, French and Chinese.
Winston-Salem, NC, United States
Reynolda Revealed is the ultimate way to experience Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Reynolda Gardens, and Reynolda Village. Go behind the scenes of the grand 64-room manor house while you listen to audio clips of Reynolds descendants, relatives, and estate employees recalling anecdotes of life in the South during the early half of the 20th century. Incorporating abundant video, archival audio, and period and contemporary photographs, Reynolda Revealed delivers a remarkable narrative of one of America’s founding industrial families.
This stunning app is available in English and Spanish.
Palm Beach, FL, United States
When it was completed in 1902, the New York Herald proclaimed that Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, was "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." Today, Whitehall is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as the Flagler Museum.
This official app features a complete audio guide, which includes photos. Visitors can take the full sequential tour or locate points of interest through interactive floor maps or by using the keypad.
The Nature Trek app at the Canadian Museum of Nature is designed specifically to engage young visitors. In this creative app, users are encouraged to explore this science museum by themes such as Gross, Bizarre, or Ugly.
The app contains candid video interviews with museum curators and staff; and even includes a Highlight Tour of staff favorites around the museum. The app is offered in both French and English.
Bloomfield Hills, MI, United States
The official Cranbrook Educational Community app allows you to discover one of the world's leading centers of education, science, and art effortlessly. Explore Cranbrook and discover campus tours, art tours, garden tours and information on events of what critics call the most enchanted and enchanting setting in America. The app includes additional features such as, donation and point of interest alerts coming directly to your phone so you do not miss a stop.
New York, NY, United States
To celebrate the reopening of their American Wing, the world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art teamed up with Green Door Labs and OnCell to develop an interactive mobile game called "Murder at the Met: An American Art Mystery". The smartphone app leads visitors on an investigative journey through the Museum
In the game, the mysterious Madame X has been murdered! Sleuths must use their smartphones to explore museum objects and interview suspects and witnesses to discover who the killer was, the weapon that was used, where she was murdered, and why
This game is an amazing example of the flexibility and power of the OnCell mobile platform. The app won a 2013 Bronze Muse Award in the Games and Augmented Reality category