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Guidebook Announces Top Mobile Guides of 2016

Guidebook — the leading mobile application platform — today announced the Top Guides of 2016

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2016

Guidebook — the leading mobile application platform — today announced the Top Guides of 2016. These mobile apps were chosen from the more than 30,000 guides built on the Guidebook platform in the past year. The winners include a range of organizations from some of the most progressive educational institutions in the United States to major international conference organizers. Winners were announced in the following categories:

-Best Campus Tour

-Best Use of the Social Feed

-Best Eye for Design

-Best Event App

-Best Campus-wide App

-Best Destination App

-Best Associations Guide

-Best Talent Development App

-Most Widely Adopted App

To find out who won in each category, visit to stream the 2016 Great Guides webinar with commentary from Guidebook product experts.

“Every year, Guidebook creates a great guides list. In the past, it has served as an inspiration for us internally. We’re in constant awe of the creativity demonstrated by our customers every day,” said Jeff Lewis, CEO, Guidebook. “This year, we decided to make our list public and share the unique and innovative guides built by the best in higher-ed and private industry. Now the work of these very talented individuals and organizations can inspire us all.”

Guidebook customers include 80% of the top colleges in the United States and many of the world’s most admired companies.

About Guidebook

Guidebook has been making it easy for people to create mobile guides for their organizations since 2011. Guidebook is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Raleigh, North Carolina, London, England and Seoul, South Korea. The company is backed by MHS Capital and Mosaic Ventures. Learn more at and follow us at @guidebook. For photos and logos visit


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