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December 12, 2018
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Cayman Islands Apps

Cayman Islands apps


Cayman's best apps for 2018 are here! Download these stunning new apps for the Cayman Islands and get the most out of your time in Cayman.


The new universal Explore Cayman app is the most functionally rich app available for the Cayman Islands. This app replaces the old standalone iPad app and is a significant upgrade for the existing iPhone app. The apps now include offline maps of the Cayman Islands, improved navigation and search capabilities ensuring that you get the latest information at your fingertips.


These Cayman Islands apps are available now to download for free from the Apple Store.


Key Features:

  • Offline maps of the Cayman Islands
  • Events calendar (updated daily)
  • Free activities
  • Stingray City tours
  • Best attractions
  • Best tours


  • Real-time flight information (Arrival & Departures)
  • Works offline (ie no roaming charges!)
  • 50+ Discounts and promotions
  • Cayman's best restaurants with menus
  • Watersports & diving
  • Spas, health & wellness

Explore-Cayman iPhone app

This stunning app has been designed to use the native capabilities of the iPhone. From the start the app has been engineered to be extremely easy to use with minimal navigation required to access all the rich content.


More information for the Explore Cayman iPhone app
Download the Explore Cayman iPhone app


ExploreCayman iPad app

This 10th edition of the iPad app delivers amazing content to your fingertips and has been designed to use the full space available on the iPad so you can browse photos and information about Cayman effortlessly. 


More information for the Explore Cayman iPad app
Download the Explore Cayman iPad app


These Cayman apps work offline to eliminate roaming charges and will automatically make reservations when a network is detected. Both the Explore Cayman iPhone and iPad apps include the following additional features:

  • Reservations
  • Reviews
  • Driving and walking tours
  • Real-time weather information
  • Sort by distance
  • Insider knowledge and tips!

If you are a visitor or Cayman resident, we highly recommend that you download these apps to get the most out of you time in the Cayman Islands.

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