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Description

Explore the rich and diverse history and culture of northern Alberta like never before with History Check, a heritage and travel companion app.

History Check will take you on a self-guided tour of northern Alberta’s past, while providing information about services and other points of interest, allowing you to make the most of your experience.

Choose one of the following categories in one of the hundreds of geographical areas and communities.
History & Culture
Parks, Camping & Lodging
Recreation & Things to Do
Other Points of Interest
Travel Services
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Use the Near Me feature to identify your location and the sites and services around you.

If you are looking for something specific, use the Menu – Search feature to display your results in a list or map format. Enter the Point of Interest by selecting from screen.

Once you have selected your Point of Interest click on the icon to view historic and current photographs, call for more information, email your reservation, or visit their website from within the app. Additional links are provided in the “For More Information” screen.

Visitor Information Centers and their information can be found at the click of the “Visitor ?” button.

Finding museums and local historical information, campgrounds, local restaurants and annual events are just a few of the hundreds of attractions and services found in History Check. Download today and let your journey begin.

What’s New

Version 1.2

Bug fixing.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Sheila Willis ,

Creativity From a Kitchen Table

I am a person who loves history. I also love rural Alberta. I think it’s important people know the story of how this app was created. As a housewife, with zero experience I created this app from my kitchen table with other volunteers. The concept has grown to be a collaboration of organizations and individuals across the province to supply the travelling public with attractions, services, businesses and heritage sites and stories.

The app has grown to be Alberta wide, all accomplished with a lack of funding, a lot of hard work, and a growing network of alliances. We will continue to grow and improve it.

The sign up questions will be minimal in the next version. We simply didn’t know any better. The user name and email create your personal list of we where you’ve been or whom you’ve interacted with. The rest of the questions can be fudged.

Linds 598281919 ,

Great potential - terrible app

I was super excited for this app, I think the idea is great. However the user interface is bright, tacky, and distracting, the app itself is extremely slow, it sometimes shows the museum near my house and sometimes does not. Not user friendly at all. I recommend having some young people work on the app to help work out the bugs and make it more user friendly. Also, no one wants to take selfies at a museum and post them on your app for everyone to see.

WinnieTheEwe ,

Disappointing

I agree so disappointed. Data collection is the main aim here. The sneak peek I got of the app was UGLY, did not seem user friendly.

App Privacy

The developer, FHNAS, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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