On Tuesday, the state Department of Environmental Protection launched a new mobile phone application to help visitors plan for — and make — the most out of their trips to New Jersey’s state parks, forests and historic sites.
The free Pocket Ranger application provides information on activities, amenities and services directly to users’ smartphones, and is part of Gov. Chris Christie’s administration’s plans to make the park system more self-sustaining while improving visitor services.
The app version compatible with Apple iPhones was launched Tuesday. The Android-compatible version will be launched in several days. The applications can be downloaded at StateParkApps.com.
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