Seven essential applications for traveling

Have you ever traveled abroad and felt lost because you couldn’t organize your itinerary? Well now there are a number of new mobile apps that can help you stay connected and organized. Road warriors can ease their stress with these seven handy apps.

The first app is Tripit. Tripit is a travel organizer and is very popular. It allows you to put your plans directly on your iPhone no matter where you have booked your trip. Simply forward trip confirmation emails to Tripit to create a trip itinerary. It also offers travel alerts, alternative flight suggestions, frequent flyer tracking and more. They have paid and free versions.

Next, you have the Turbcast app. Turbcast allows you to input your travel itinerary so you can calculate if your flight will be smooth or bumpy. Examine the different levels of flight turbulence. Look for moderate and severe turbulence along your route. What makes this app so unique is that it uses aviation weather observed by flight crews, giving it greater accuracy. It also has tips and facts about turbulence along with great videos for a better understanding. It’s a great app for travelers or those with mild cases of fear of flying. The next app we have is Taxi Magic. Taxi Magic allows you to book a taxi from anywhere. It is directly integrated with taxi dispatcher systems. It allows you to book via text message and receive a confirmation seconds later. Next, you have Jet Set Expenses. Jet Set Expenses allows you to do expense reporting, total mileage reporting, and currency formatting.

Next, you have the Translate -Google app. Translate Google allows users to translate words or phrases between more than 50 languages. You could say your phrases and hear the corresponding translations. This is great for trips abroad. Next, there is the Travelocity app. This allows you to find city guides, restaurants, nightlife and events. This is a must have app for any city. There are many versions of this that are paid and free.

Finally, the last app on our list is World Mate. World Mate allows you to create an itinerary automatically. Track your flight and send alerts if they are delayed. It has world clocks, weather forecast and tip calculation. It has great graphics and is easy to use. To learn more about travel apps, there are a lot of YouTube videos of app demos coming out. There are also great travel app review sites on the internet.

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