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Alan Rogers Guides now available on iPad

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Independent reviews of the best campsites in Europe are now available in iPad editions from Alan Rogers campsite guides.

To access the guides – which cost much less than their paper equivalents – motorhomers just download an App from the App Store.

Once installed on an iPad, the App allows users to download all Alan Rogers’ guides at a fraction of the cost of the printed editions.

The App Store editions are identical to the printed guides in content and layout and are ideal for extended touring in Europe without carrying multiple editions of the paper guides.

Prices for each guide start at just £1.99 and the App also provides live links to websites offering additional information and allows users to save campsites in a ‘Favourites’ section

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