New Infamous Cracow App Uncovers Secrets in First Guide to the Dark Side of Poland’s Cultural Capital
Do you know the saucy secret of the Dragon’s Den in Kraków? What about the love that created one of Poland’s most iconic chocolate bar images? And where exactly is the devil said to have been born? These secrets and more are uncovered in the new Infamous Cracow app, available now.
Featuring murder, mayhem and mystery – not to mention sex and chocolate – Infamous Cracow is probably the most alternative city guide on your phone, going where traditional guides to Poland’s cultural capital don’t dare to tread. It can be used offline as a regular city guide, and comes with a free city map, so you will never be lost as you explore the darker side of Poland’s cultural capital.
As well as the offline capability and guide to some of the scenes of Kraków’s darkest secrets, legends and tales, the Infamous Cracow app comes with both audio and text – so you can read or listen to the stories as you explore, as well as links and information for other key spots nearby. It even includes a tongue in cheek Polish phrase guide for that special night out.
Infamous Cracow is available now, on the Apple App store. There is also a Facebook page, which includes links to stories in English about the tales in the app and other Polish mysteries, and further developments and products are promised for the near future.