Nashville Zoo launches new version of its app - Clarksville Online

Nashville Zoo launches new version of its app – Clarksville Online

Nashville, TN – The brand new version of the Nashville Zoo app is now available on Apple and Android stores. Powered by Blipd, LLC, this app gives customers a unique experience through interactive features like virtual zoo keepers, augmented reality, collectible coins and animal characters, and more.

The recently updated app gives visitors access to six virtual zookeepers located in zoo habitats. These virtual zoo keepers can be accessed through the app or by scanning the QR code located at the habitat.

Once the virtual zookeeper is accessible, guests will receive on-demand information about the species they visit. In addition to virtual zookeepers, virtual ecosystems are now accessible through the updated app. Enter an augmented reality and explore the African savannah or tropical Asia and learn facts about the multiple species they contain.

One of the app’s most anticipated new features is the introduction of Paws Coins and collectible animal characters. This feature encourages guests to earn Paws Coins using the app. Paws coins can be collected by watching educational videos inside the app or by collecting coins on visible paths on the virtual zoo map.

Once Paws coins are collected, guests can redeem them for a collectible animal character. As more coins are collected, users can exchange them for treats, special animal enrichment, or character habitat upgrades. Zoo visitors can now receive their first collectible animal character for free, available for a limited time only.

The new version of the application can be viewed in English or Spanish and can be accessed by changing the language of the device.

For more information and to download the app, visit

About the Nashville Zoo

The Nashville Zoo is a non-profit organization celebrating 25 years in Grassmere. The zoo is an accredited member of the Zoo and Aquarium Associations, exemplifying the highest standards in animal care and husbandry.

The Nashville Zoo is actively engaged in conservation research, habitat protection, breeding programs, and education initiatives in our backyard as well as around the world. With the support of the Nashville community, donors, and sponsors, the zoo is ranked the number one tourist attraction in central Tennessee and welcomes more than one million visitors annually.

The Nashville Zoo is located at 3777 Nolensville Pike, just 6 miles south of downtown. For more information about the Nashville Zoo, visit

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