7 of the Best Travel Apps Available Right Now ...

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7 of the Best Travel Apps Available Right Now ...
7 of the Best Travel Apps Available Right Now ...

I know I shared with you some great travel apps not so long ago (as well as more recently, the best travel apps for Android), but the apps market moves so fast that new and better and bigger and updated apps appear all the time. It seemed as good a time as any to bring you up to date with the best of the bunch from the latest and greatest travel apps.

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Urbanspoon

Urbanspoon On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is a free iPhone, iPad and Android app. It will use your GPS or the location that you type into it and it will help you see where the closest bars, entertainments and restaurants are. It is good for a number of cities in certain countries, but check with the app before relying on it when you get to where you are going. Check to see if it knows a few places in advance if you are trying to plan a trip. On the other hand, it is one of those handy travel apps to have around just in case you find yourself somewhere and want to see if there is a place to eat nearby.

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HotelTonight

HotelTonight On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is an iPhone, iPad and Android app that you can get for free. They post deals every day at noon that the hotels have released themselves. It allows you to book a hotel with a deal attached in Canada, the USA and the UK. They offer discounts on things such as cancelled bookings, so they are willing to offer bigger discounts instead of having an empty room.

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Jetsetter Hotel and Travel Deals

Jetsetter Hotel and Travel Deals On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is a free iPhone and iPad app. You sign up as a member and you are given access to their impulse buying network of holiday deals. It is a good idea to have a lot of money if you want to use it, but in a sense, you get more for your money with this app. They offer reviews of the places they offer and have impulsive little luxury buys such as a three-day weekend trip – brilliant for a surprise impromptu break.

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TripIt

TripIt On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is another of the great free travel apps for the iPhone and iPad. It allows you to organize your trip and keep track of your trip as you go. It allows you to keep a log of your travels, whilst also having the tools available to follow your journey plan. You can make lists and set itineraries, and there are many scannable formats you can use on your phone. You may email things such as car, hotel or flight confirmations to your app so that you can keep it all within your holiday planning app and refer to it to be sure at later dates when you know you need to get somewhere or be somewhere.

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Triposo

Triposo On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is a free app for the iPhone, iPad and Android. This is one of the more well-known travel apps because it is advertised heavily on the Internet. It can access information from over 8,000 worldwide destinations, and it is very accurate with its information. If you want to access the information on the app, then you do need an Internet connection, but if you have one then you are able to use the phrasebook tools, currency converter, destination guides, etc.

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XE Currency

XE Currency On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is a free iPhone, Android and iPad app. It is one of many travel apps that offers a currency converter, but the XE Currency app comes from the website of the same name, and it has a very good online financial resource. The app does not have all the functions that the website has, but it has enough of them to help you during your travels. The currency converter itself is ideal for any travel that you plan to do, but you are probably going to find use for its other functions too.

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Goings on: the New Yorker

Goings on: the New Yorker On iTunes at: itunes.apple.com

This is a free app for the iPhone, iPad and Android. This puts you in touch with the contents of the New Yorker magazine. Its app functions allow you to sort through the many reviews that have been published over the years. All you have to do is look up the destinations, attractions, places, establishments and events that you plan to visit and see if they have posted one of their reviews about it. If they have, then you can see what they think about where you are planning to go, what you are planning to see and when you are planning to go.

What travel apps have you traveling ladies been downloading lately? Any good ones to recommend?

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I've heard that the highest bidder always gets what they want in the end.. But tripadvisor is still good to see the bad comments.. But I'll have to check out these apps you've mentioned as I haven't heard of a lot of them. There are so many now! Wow! Thanks Neecey!

Trip Advisor City Breaks. I've used this free app in Istanbul, New York and Marrakech so far and cannot imagine not using it. The best part was that it was available to use offline and features a compass to head you in the right direction to wherever it is you're going. Highly recommended ...

I agree tripadvisor should definitely be on this list and every list before and after this list lol

Good ones

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