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Romer works with Apple and AA Traveller

Romer, the platform giving locals and travellers unique experience recommendations and adventures is proud to announce that it has been chosen by Apple to feature on its list of the best travel applications to discover your next holiday. In addition, Romer has signed a partnership with AA Traveller supporting its 101 Must-Do’s this summer.

On the Apple list, Romer appears alongside applications such as Lonely Planet, Airbnb and TripAdvisor in the curated list of the “must-have” tools that travellers need.

“At Romer, we believe in discovering, sharing and connecting people through the best experiences that the locals love and share,” said Emily Heazlewood, Founder and CEO of Romer. “Selection to this exclusive list is a validation of the effort we are putting into creating a community of like-minded people discovering and sharing unique experiences everywhere they go, redefining and connecting people in the real world with positive mental, social and physical moments through experiences.”

Since its founding in 2017, Romer has picked up an impressive user base of both travellers and locals wishing to connect with unique, exhilarating and meaningful experiences. From outdoor adventures to beauty treatments, from the best cuisine to the most unique opportunities available in a location, Romer’s vision is to be the pre-eminent place to find the very best experiences that match users’ tastes, budgets and passions through time of day, weather and other critical information to get the perfect match.

Using the free Romer application, available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play, users can download Romer, swipe suggested things to do, save the ones they like and get notified when they are close to a selected experience, all in the aim of allowing individuals to live a more adventurous life.

In addition to the Apple news, Romer is proud to announce that the New Zealand Automobile Association has partnered with the company to deliver a valuable offering to its own member-base giving them a curated digital solution for the 101 Must-Do’s this summer and chances to win by getting out to these adventures.

Romer is a free app designed to match users’ free time to personalised nearby adventure suggestions quickly. The company’s vision is to take the hard work, time and decision making out of exploring to help locals and travellers enjoy life through experiences from spontaneous afternoon adventures to smarter summer road trip planning.

Romer can be downloaded via Google Play or the App Store, and is available throughout New Zealand, as well as in Australia and Singapore.


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