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But we know there’s more to planning your trip than saving money. It’s also important to find ways to make your getaways as convenient as they are memorable with some of the best travel apps at your fingertips. Whether you are a master planner or live to wing it, these top 20 travel apps will get you started on your journey, your way. From booking a last-minute room to finding the best dog parks around your destination, you can do it all with these top trip-planning travel guide apps.

1. TripIt – Forward all your confirmation emails for your flight, hotel, rental car and more to TripIt and it will create one seemless itinerary, which you can access from anywhere.

2. Postagram – Take a picture on your phone and Postagram will print it into a personalized postcard and even send it for you! No more tracking down stamps or mailboxes in unfamiliar places.

3. Wi-Fi Finder – Easily find free Wi-Fi where ever the road takes you so you can plug in your laptop and take care of a little business or check your email without going over your data limit.

4. Google Translate – Language will no longer be a barrier as you trot the globe with an expert translator in your pocket. Use your voice, camera, keyboard or handwriting to translate between 90 languages.

5. Gas Buddy – Never run out of gas and interrupt your epic road adventure. Gas Buddy finds nearest and cheapest gas stations so you can fill up and rev up in a flash.

6. OANDA Currency Converter – Save yourself the headache of looking up currency rates and converting in your head or with a calculator and use this handy app.

7. Hotel Tonight – Get the best last-minute hotel deals in major metropolitan areas with Hotel Tonight. You can book a room any time between right this minute to seven days ahead.

8. Gate Guru – Take over your terminal with Gate Guru. Frequent travelers love this app which gives them airport security wait times and airport amenities like food, shops and services.

9. Hipmunk – Browse flights, hotels, even Amtrak and Airbnb options and compare prices easily! You can also use “heatmaps” to find lodgings close to attractions like shopping, nightlife and more.

10. Seat Guru –  Picky flyers, rejoice. Seat Guru offers seat-choosing advice and seat maps for your flight so you can get the best seat and the biggest bang for your buck.

11. PackPoint – Tell the app where you’re going, when, for how long and a little about yourself. You’ll get a detailed list of what to pack including types and quantities of clothing, gadgets and anything else you’ll possibly need.

12. OpenTable – A big part of travel is sampling local cuisine and OpenTable is perhaps the easiest way to do it. Search by location, see reviews and make reservations in a snap.

13. TripAdvisor – Find your dream destination based on trusted reviews and user pictures all while finding great airfares and hotel deals with comparison shopping. Helpful user forums will also answer your burning questions.

14. AroundMe – A simple, streamlined alternative to Yelp, AroundMe lets you find everything from banks to bars within walking or driving distance on an easy-to-use GPS map.

15. iExit – Another one for the road warriors out there, iExit tells you what’s ahead on the interstate including gas stations, restaurants and rest stops. It will also find you hotel deals if you need an extended rest.

16. BringFido – For those who take their furry best friends along for the trip, this app finds pooch-friendly hotels, the best dogs parks around your lodgings, even restaurants that will welcome four-legged patrons.

17. Cruise Finder – Easily compare cruises and explore ship maps to find the perfect stateroom for your needs. Cruise Finder gives you access to 12,000+ itineraries to over 25 destinations.

18. Green Globe – Travel consciously with peace of mind that you are doing your best to reduce your carbon footprint. Search a wide selection of sustainable resorts, hotels, conference centers, attractions and tour experiences.

19. Localeur – This super hip app is completely community fueled with local insiders weighing in on their favorite restaurants, bars, stores and more. Take tips from city experts, not just tourists passing through.

20. YPlan – Why plan when you have a personal event planner in your pocket? YPlan helps you discover the best events daily in San Francisco, New York and London with plans to expand.

 

 

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  1. I’m also using a navigation app Spyglass that supports different maps, depending on my current needs: google maps, apple maps, open street map and open cycle map. It’s also very important that the app can read pre-downloaded maps when offline. Besides, it has many useful features for those people that are not very good at orienting. The app shows your current position on the map, can save waypoints and locations, for example, your car or your hotel location. https://itunes.apple.com/app/spyglass/id332639548?mt=8&at=11lLc7&ct=c

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