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BANGALORE, INDIA: Genesys International Corp., India's leading geospatial solutions company, announced the launch of WoNoBo.com.

Users will be able to search, explore and share ‘points of interest' across the length and breadth of the country. At launch, the service will be available for 12 major Indian cities and will soon be expanded to 54 cities.

WoNoBo.com also announced a tie-up with Incredible India, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, for the launch of Walking Tours, a unique and exciting product that will enable users to navigate and route their way through cities based on a number of interesting themes.

"The Ministry of Tourism is partnering with WoNoBo.com to create a Walking Tours platform, one of the first such initiatives to be undertaken in any country. We believe that this innovative and entertaining technology - aimed at making our most-visited cities extremely easy to walk or drive through - will add a completely new facility to our Incredible India campaign," said Parvez Dewan, secretary, Ministry of Tourism.

WoNoBo.com also offers several other services. One, for instance, enables users to illustrate, using 360-degree views, the colourful, chaotic, dramatic lives they lead in different corners of the country. It also offers guides, created by users as well as experts, showing locals where to eat, what to shop for, where to take your children while visiting and a lot more.

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Raghavendra Kopalle Sat Oct 19 at 06:47 PM

Having worked in the geospatial domain and currently in the 360° arena, WoNoBo came as a huge disappointment to us! A detailed review here - http://36ty.in/why-wonobo-fails-to-impress/

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