Andrew Mason
Apr 20, 2018 · 1 min read

As of today, Bose is the new owner of the Detour software and tour content, while the team and I have moved to Descript. Bose is a huge fan of the Detour experience and believes it could be even better as part of the new Bose augmented reality platform. Bose is actively looking for a partner to host the Detour content and making it available to customers, including customers on the Bose AR platform. If you’re interested, send Bose a note here.

Detour will continue to make the Detour app and content through May 31st, 2018 — in fact, all Detours are free until then. After May 31, Detour will no longer be available. Beyond that, Bose expects the Detour content to re-emerge and be made available via a new partner.

Thank you to the producers, engineers, designers, and storytellers that made Detour what it is over the last four years. I’m excited to see where Bose takes it.

Detour Blog

Detour is a platform for location-based audio experiences, available in the iOS App Store and coming to Android in June. We make our own premium outdoor tours in San Francisco, New York, and other cities. We also provide tools that let anyone create their own tours.

Andrew Mason

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Descript, formerly Detour, Groupon

Detour Blog

Detour is a platform for location-based audio experiences, available in the iOS App Store and coming to Android in June. We make our own premium outdoor tours in San Francisco, New York, and other cities. We also provide tools that let anyone create their own tours.

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