The Explorers Android

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The Explorers is a social network for travellers who like to share photos mainly of natural environments, fauna and flora as well as spectacular places


Social network where you can share images from all over the planet

October 8, 2020
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If you're one of those travelers who always has the finger ready to throw a photo, maybe your social network is The Explorers. Here you can share with the whole community your best nature images and spectacular places from any corner of the Earth: landscapes, plants and trees, animals, towns and cities...

A community of users formed by photographers, explorers, scientists, conservationists...

It must be said that this is not a social network for instagrammers. In fact it is quite far from the concept of yomism of this one and it focuses more on offering spectacular and beautiful images from any corner of the planet with a conservationist rather than an egomaniacal perspective.

Here you can discover places and the secrets they hide in natural and architectural heritage. Register as a user, share your content and discover other users and associations for the conservation of the environment and natural surroundings that also share their work.

These are the main features you will find in the app:

  • Get in touch with other users who like to photograph natural environments and with conservation associations.
  • Discover geolocalized content.
  • Communicate with other users through internal messaging.
  • Discover new content at random with the Explore function.
  • Discover a large inventory of the Earth's natural and ethnological wealth from scientists and conservationists.

Requirements and additional information:

Elies Guzmán

With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...

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