The development will provide Triposo’s iPad, iPhone and Android users with the ability to research and book things to do in their destinations.
Travellers who download Triposo guides will have direct access to Viator’s worldwide selection of destination experiences through a “tours and activities” tab within each of the apps.
Through the Viator white label integration, Triposo users will be able to research and book a range of activities.
The company creates its mobile travel guides by ‘mixing and mashing’ content from resources such as as Wikitravel, Wikipedia, World66 and Openstreetmap.
Triposo chief executive Richard Osinga said: “Our goal is to provide travellers with content that is useful and relevant to them, everything they might need in the destination they are travelling to including the best nightlife, top attractions and pointers on safety and local lingos.
“Adding the ability to not only research the best tours and activities in the destinations we cover but also the ability to seamlessly book them is a huge benefit to our users.”
Viator business development vice president Ken Frohling added: “Whether the Triposo app user is planning their trip in advance or they’re already in their destination, the Viator integration will enable them to find out what activities and attractions are available, how much it will cost and book it with just a few thumb taps, even at the last minute.
“We built our new mobile platform to enable our partners to offer their customers unprecedented access to the best things to do around the world via their mobile devices – a growing trend among travellers and a must-have strategy for all travel companies in 2012.”