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Nomad Life is an app for anyone looking to live and work remotely and travel, with over 1500 detailed city guides for digital nomads, and personalized AI recommendations based on your travel and nomad style.

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Hello, I am an entrepreneur and digital nomad who has been traveling around the world for the past 3 years, exploring and discovering new places and cultures.

I recently launched a mobile application called Nomad Life, which is the perfect app for digital nomads and travelers who want to explore the world and make the most of their travels! With detailed information about over 1,500 cities and countries, you can easily plan your trips and get personalized recommendations tailored to your own travel and nomad style.

The Nomad Life app provides users with helpful information about becoming a digital nomad, how to manage your finances, and how to stay safe while traveling, learn more about peoples, foods, internet, places, brands... It also includes near, next, and similar city suggestions so that users can plan their trips accordingly. Additionally, the app provides users with reviews of cities, help them make the most of their travels.


Features include:

๐ŸŒ† City guide โ€“ With our app, you can find country, continents, currency, time zone, trip duration, internet insights, best brands, population, life information, tipping percent, forest area, religion, power adapter, and more.

๐Ÿ“Š Scores โ€“ Get an idea of a city with our Nomad Life scores, such as English Speaking, Foreigners friendly, LGBTQ+ friendly, Wifi quality, Traffic, and more.

๐Ÿค‘ Cost of Living โ€“ Learn the โ€œNomad Costโ€, โ€œFamily Costโ€, โ€œExpat Costโ€, โ€œAverage Meal Priceโ€, โ€œHotel Priceโ€ and all other grocery prices, such as apartments, clothing, banana, wine, beer price, water, etc.

๐ŸŒค๏ธ Weather & Air Quality โ€“ Check the weather and air quality before you go, or while you travel. Get access to historical weather information monthly and yearly, as well as the current weather. Check air quality to see if itโ€™s safe for you.

๐Ÿœ Cuisine โ€“ Learn about the best and most famous food of the city, which dishes you should try, and which cuisines are originally from there. Also find information about drinks quickly.

โœ… Trip Planner โ€“ Add your past, ongoing and upcoming trips to your profile and track them on the map. Quickly access your trips and prepare for your next journey.

Discover a new way of life with Nomad Life - the app that makes digital nomadism easier than ever! Let Nomad Life be your best friend as you explore the world.


I highly recommend downloading and checking the app. You will love it and it will be your bestie when you travel or planning your next trip.

๐Ÿ‘‰ Learn more at www.nomadlyf.com

Your feedback would be really helpful for me and the app's future.

Thank you!

4 months ago (edited)
Ian
Founder, Travel Massive

Hi Ugur, thanks for sharing Nomad Life with the Travel Massive community!

Do you have plans to add sustainability options / filters for cities?

This might require some additional data or research, but could be helpful to know when researching a city. For example, what power sources are the city's energy sources from, and whether the destination has any "smart city" innovations in place (look up EU Smart Cities).

Another suggestion is to add some accessibility filters. For example, Cusco in Peru could be a difficult city to get around due to steep pavements, but Melbourne in Australia is flat and easier for walking and has more accessible public transport. There's a lot more to accessibility than just physical access - but you get the idea!

4 months ago (edited)

Hi there! Thank you for your feedback and suggestions regarding sustainability options and accessibility filters for cities on Nomad Life. I appreciate your thoughtful input.

Adding sustainability options and filters to the platform is definitely something we can consider. It would indeed require gathering additional data and conducting research on various aspects such as the city's energy sources and smart city initiatives. This information could be invaluable for travelers who are conscious about sustainability and wish to make informed choices when selecting their destinations. I will certainly take this into account as we plan future updates and improvements to Nomad Life.

Similarly, incorporating accessibility filters is a fantastic idea. Accessibility encompasses not only physical access but also factors like transportation, facilities, and services for individuals with disabilities. By providing relevant information about a city's accessibility features, we can empower travelers to make informed decisions that cater to their specific needs and preferences.

I truly appreciate your suggestions, and I'll make sure to discuss these ideas with our team for further consideration. Your feedback helps us enhance the user experience and make Nomad Life a more comprehensive and inclusive platform for all travelers. If you have any more ideas or suggestions, please feel free to share them. Thank you again for your valuable input!

4 months ago

As an entrepreneur and digital nomad, I have had the pleasure of exploring numerous cities and cultures around the globe. However, my recent discovery of the Nomad Life mobile application has completely revolutionized the way I plan and experience my travels. This app is an absolute game-changer for digital nomads and adventurous travelers seeking to make the most out of their journeys.
Good luck on your journey.

4 months ago

Thank you so much for your kind words and support!

4 months ago
Founder, Beitibeitak

Congrats Ugur, it's looking great!

I wish you all the success along the journey. Hopefully we can find potential areas for collaboration at some stage down the line.

Good vibes!
Francois

4 months ago

Thank you, Francois! I appreciate your kind words and good vibes. I'm glad you like the app! Wishing you success on your journey too. Let's keep in touch for potential collaboration down the line. Good vibes!

4 months ago

Looks great! Good job :)
I am working on an app for nomad colivers, if there's any way we can collaborate or help each other
Let me know!

4 months ago

Thank you so much for your kind words! I'm thrilled to hear that you're impressed with my performance. Collaboration and mutual support are key to success, and I'm always excited to explore opportunities to work together.

4 months ago
Founder & CEO, Yugen Earthside

Congrats Ugur!

I see it's a free download and then a 7-day free trial. As a user, I'm generally hesitant to put in my credit card info (even for a free trial; because I'm worried I'll forget to cancel) without seeing more about what I'm signing up for. Do you have some generic screenshots or limited info that can be posted on the website or app to show people what to actually expect? For example, you could show a sample city with some but not all info. Just an idea - but wanted to share it since I think I am part of your target market and I feel hesitation because everything is essentially behind a paywall.

Live in Paris, travel to London frequently, and am an expert in sustainable travel - feel free to stay in touch.

- Hilary

4 months ago
Ian
Founder, Travel Massive

I downloaded and signed up to the app, and I'm quite sure this is a freemium model โ€” e.g. you can use for free (with limits) and then there's a 7 day trial if you want all the features.

4 months ago
Founder & CEO, Yugen Earthside

Hi Ian - you're right! It prompted me to sign up for a 7-day free trial so I closed the app, but when I reopened it I can see the freemium version stuff.

My next comments then are about some of the features. Like it suggests main dishes and then when you click it takes you to Google search results (so not personal nor curated). It has a score for "Working Places" but not recommendations of cafes that are laptop friendly - maybe this is included in the paid version? The reviews for London and Paris seem to be all AI-generated (I'm guessing these are placeholders as examples since it's a new app). And from a sustainability perspective, I'm not sure I would recommend Airbnb as a top "Brand" in most cities - this might just be me :)

Developing a travel app is super hard so major props to Ugur once again. I hope my comments are helpful rather than overly critical - I love testing new travel apps and these are just my first observations as somebody using it for the very first time!

4 months ago

Thank you for your valuable feedback on the travel app. Your observations regarding the main dishes feature, laptop-friendly cafes, AI-generated reviews, and sustainability are appreciated. To enhance the app, we will consider implementing personalized recommendations, improving working place suggestions, incorporating genuine user reviews, and prioritizing sustainable brands. As part of the app's development, we will also introduce a review feature exclusively for paid users, allowing them to share their experiences in each city. Your feedback plays a crucial role in making these improvements. Happy exploring and testing the app!

4 months ago
Content Marketing Executive, Turkey Tourism Board (TGA)

Amazing! I will give it a try today :)

4 months ago

Thanks for giving it another try! We appreciate your support and hope you enjoy exploring the app. Feel free to reach out if you have any feedback.

4 months ago