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GeoNova Publishing Releases New Travel Applications for
iPhone and iPod Touch on the Apple iPhone App Store

LANCASTER, Pa., April 6, 2009 — GeoNova Publishing, Inc.
announced today a new iPhone travel application, DISCOVERY
GUIDE MAP WASHINGTON DC, the first in a series of guides
which also includes Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas,
Manhattan, New Orleans, Orlando, Philadelphia, and San

The company’s new city DISCOVERY GUIDE MAP applications are
designed for intuitive reference by first-time visitors to
major U.S. destinations, offering mobile access to
interactive downtown maps. Each app features a handy "Locate
Me" button that instantly marks the user’s exact location
with a red pin on a city map. These maps also show the
locations of all the must-see attractions in town. Every
attraction location is hot-linked to its web site, giving
tourists quick access to useful online information from
their mobile devices as they explore a new city.

"New DISCOVERY GUIDE MAP applications put practical tools
for urban exploration in your pocket," says Jim Hilliard,
Executive Vice President for GeoNova. "They provide
immediate interaction with all of the interesting
attractions that each destination has to offer. Tourists can
use these mobile apps to enrich their travel experiences, on
the spot and in real time."
New DISCOVERY GUIDE MAP iPhone applications for U.S. cities
sell for $1.99 on the iTunes App Store. More information
about the new applications is available at

About GeoNova Publishing, Inc.

GeoNova adds value to published products across all media,
including print and online applications. The company is the
leading North American supplier of mapping content and
packaged geographic products to corporations, publishers and
retailers. GeoNova also creates digital mapping content and
new media applications for web sites and mobile devices.
GeoNova supplies the hospitality, automotive,
telecommunications, and travel markets with high-value
location and mapping solutions for product, logistical,
marketing, and customer service needs. The company has been
a primary map supplier for most major American K-12 social
studies curriculum programs. GeoNova operates an online map
licensing resource at More
information is available at .

GeoNova is a wholly-owned subsidiary of, the leading source of
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