Rob Ganley
Group editor

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Alan Rogers has launched a comprehensive iPhone app featuring more than 3000 sites in 29 countries – and it's free to download.

Alan Rogers has launched a comprehensive iPhone app featuring more than 3000 sites in 29 countries – and it's free to download.

 

The Alan Rogers Camping app is a superb resource, featuring all you'd expect from the respected authority on European campsites – all the listings include photos, opening dates, maps, driving directions and, of course, the accompanying review from the company's inspectors. You'll also be able to call or email any site directly from your phone, and go straight to their website; everything you need to find the best site for you while you're out on tour.

 

You can access the app via the App Store on your iPhone.

 

 

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