Best traveling apps to organize your summer vacation

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If you are getting ready for your summer expeditions then you might need to take a look at some of the best traveling apps

Best traveling apps

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Summer is here and many of you are planning summer vacation. But, organizing the whole trip by yourself might be a bit of a hustle. Enter traveling apps. And not such any apps but the best traveling apps that will help you organize the perfect trip and also have some time to sit back and relax. And yes, we have the best ones for you!

TripIt
With TripIt you can organize all your documents and bookings in one place. And you can do it in advance. You can store and review your flight tickets, hotel reservations, Airbnb booking information, car rentals, boat tickets even driving directions. All in one place! And you can share all the info with your fellow travelers. It’s one of the best traveling apps and it has a free version but you can also find a paid version which is excellent for frequent travelers.

 

Best traveling apps

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Google Trips

Now, Google has something similar with TripIt but it’s it has some room for improvements. Google Trips offers a place for you to keep all your traveling information. But it also gives you customize city tours, maps and guides. In addition you can check out restaurants, monuments and hotels. It’s easy to use Google Trips because the app uses the info from your Gmail and you can look at them even without internet access. And it’s free!

Packing Pro
Packing a bag for vacation can become a nightmare. But, if you have the app Packing Pro then this task is pretty easy and fun. Firstly you say how many days you are spending on vacations, where and what is weather like. And then you add some details like if you will be going swimming. Then the app makes a list with clothes, shoes and other accessories. Also it reminds you about important traveling documents. The app costs $2.99 and it’s available for iOS devices.

 

Best traveling apps

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Kindle

Once you settle to your hotel room or a sandy beach it’s time to relax. And a book is the perfect companion – for some at least. You can try out Amazon’s Kindle app. You can search more that a million titles, from bestsellers to free classics. You can customize the size and style of the font and you can even find an audiobook. It’s available for Android and iOS.

Tinder
If you are traveling alone then meeting local people might make the experience even better. Then you should try Tinder Social, where you can meet with groups of people and get to know the area even better. Even if you traveling with a group of friends meeting locals can have its benefits. Besides this the new way to meet new people and share interests. Available for Android and iOS.

 

Best traveling apps

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Café WiFi
While abroad one of the biggest questions is “Where will i find WiFi?”. For this quest you have Cafe WiFi, an app that will show you where you can find free Wifi! The app reveals which local coffee places have free WiFi and where you can find intent hotspots. It’s available for iOS and Android.

 


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Author: Martha Papadimitriou

Martha is a journalist, a blog writer, a mother and a bookworm. She studied Journalism and Communication and graduated in 2002. She has a restless spirit and loves to learn new things. Martha also wants to make the world a better place, and when she is not working she enjoys reading and cooking.

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