Summer is a season of vacations. No matter where you’re going, you have to book a flight, a place to stay, to know what cities and places to visit, and lots of other organization stuff that may appear while planning a trip. Our technological world offers you lots of apps to simplify all these activities. Check-out below a review of travel apps that can help you to enjoy your vacation.
TripAdvisor Offline City Guides
TripAdvisor pairs maps and suggestions for where to visit, shop, and eat together. You can download offline maps for the cities of your choice. TripAdvisor does not automatically install the maps locally, so just remember to download the map of an area you’re going to.
Gogobot recently launched a complete new design, making the app more visual and easy to use for trip planning and organization. Gogobot collects interesting activities to do for any type of traveler, across a wide range of cities around the world. This app groups travelers by “Tribes” in order to recommend restaurants and activities. The main idea is to provide information based on what people with similar travel styles have enjoyed.
XE Currency Converter
Whether you are travelling across multiple countries or going on a quick overseas holiday this app allows you to instantly access live currency exchange rates. It allows you to calculate you expanses on the go. It also provides the historical rates of the currency. You can monitor different currencies simultaneously and rate the currency before even planning your trip. It can be used offline.
JetPac City Guides
JetPac is an app that is built on the top of Instagram, analyzing millions of photos to learn more about the location where they were taken. The app was launched in December 2013, and now it’s really popular in the States.
SkyScanner has a wonderful search interface for finding cheap flight tickets. You can adjust you search using intuitive and interactive graphs to find the cheapest surrounding dates to travel, to any destination, across every airline. It covers thousands of airlines around the world. The total number of downloads for this app is over 20 million.
Expedia has been known as a travel search and booking website, but its mobile apps have some unique deals. For example, you can find a few mobile-exclusive discounts on last-minute hotel bookings. You can also sort reviews by “recent”, “favorable” and “critical” to see if people tend to have consistent feedback.
If you don’t want to forget to pack something essential then Packing Pro is an app for you. Packing Pro is an app made for super list makers. With Packing Pro’s customizable lists, users can plan what to bring for every type of trip. The newly upgraded Packing Pro can be synced over iCloud and lists can be shared via email.
If you have the skills to not only to download apps, but also to develop them, then check the open vacancies for mobile developers at Softheme.
- 5 Travel Apps to Help You Get the Most Out of Summer Vacation (mashable.com)
- How to Become a Mobile Developer? (softheme-blog-2017)