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"Awakin take Titanic Leap with Titanifacts on the iphone"
reviewed by - The Home of Global Commerce

Think you’ve seen everything ‘Titanic’ there is left to see? You haven’t until you’ve watched the never-before-seen footage available only in the Titanifacts app. Supported by Northern Ireland Screen, this application holds a wealth of information about the RMS Titanic, from the first bolt put in place in Ireland to her demise in the icy North Atlantic. Click "...More" to learn why you should download this App today! 

Was your great grandfather there on a dock in Belfast in the early 1890’s, slugging long days and working under a deadline to get that ship built? It was the first of its kind – grand, enormous and best of all, unsinkable. That ship, built solidly by hand, would provide safe passage for everyone who boarded her.

Yes, the Titanic was an amazing vessel with a pre-launch reputation of invincibility. That made it doubly hard for people to hear of the tragedy surrounding her maiden voyage. The largest, safest luxury liner in the world had held such promise. Had over zealous company men not been so eager to impress, that promise might have held.

The stories of the magnificent ship breaking and sinking, taking 1,500 people to their watery graves; the few survivors found barely clinging to life in an icy ocean – these tales were as incomprehensible then as they are now.

Although the famous, fated voyage of Titanic is long in the past, it continues to interest people worldwide today. The Titanic story is rich with interesting facts that captivate and stimulate the desire to learn more. For everyone who fits into this group, Titanifacts is a MUST HAVE app.

Titanifacts is your portal to all things Titanic. Offering the widest range of resources and facts, this application is the only one that allows users a special viewing of the never-before-seen documentary, Titanic Island. The film takes you to heart of the prelaunch action. You’ll get more than half an hour of story, interview and the marvels of Titanic engineering.

That’s not all this app is about, though. Users receive current happenings and connections to Titanic communities. The unique images, maps and events make this an indispensible app for fans and history buffs everywhere.

Titanifacts features:
* Documentary – Titanic Island (over 30 mins of story, interview and engineering marvel!)
* Titanifacts – interesting facts from the era of Titanic
* News – what’s going on in the world of Titanic
* Events – things to see and do related to RMS Titanic
* Blog – interesting features and stories from the wider Titanic community
* Interactive Map – showing some key points from the site of Titanic’s Dock on Queens Island in Belfast
* Gallery – unique images from Titanic’s construction

Do you want to be one of the privileged souls who have access to the Titanic Island documentary? If you are eager to learn more and connect with others interested in facts about the ill-fated Titanic, sail over to the Buy App button now. It’s the only way to satisfy your hunger for all things Titanic.

Una Reilly, Chair of Belfast Titanic Society said this of the Titanic Island Documentary:

“Congratulations on the footage! It is excellent and flows beautifully. All the interviews are very informal, interesting & personal. “From ships to chips" relating today’s advanced developments on Queens Island is priceless; it was 'the' quote of the entire documentary. Well done again."


This ‘apple app’ was developed by Awakin™ and links to the web community at We would like to thank everyone who supported us in the development of this project. Supported by Northern Ireland Screen.

See this app in action here:

What's New in Version 1.1

Improved 'Map' info for first time browsing
Better in App page viewing
New Share feature for 'Experiences'
'New Movies' content will be rolled out in Movies


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