When it comes to traveling, anything you can do to smooth the process is a welcome addition. Through the wonders of technology, we have apps out there now that can actually make our trip planning more efficient. Here are some that are must-haves for the summer trip.
Must Have Travel Apps for Summer
Packing Pro– $2.99
How I ever survived a trip without this app I will never know. Packing is a nightmare around my home and forgetting something important is a virtual certainty. If you are like me, then get this app and set yourself free. Packing Pro allows you to not only share lists, but it also has a huge database of things you might need so you don’t forget.
This free app is a great place to look for cool places to go whether you’re planning a vacation or simply exploring your hometown. Search your destination and you will be able to get a personalized travel guide, highlighting the best hotels, restaurants and cities in that area. Book them right there and you are ready to go before you even get there. You can also create digital postcards to send your friends with fun filters to make them look even more beautiful!
Minube – Free
Another free app, Minube is a great app for those that are not quite sure what they are looking for. If you want to go somewhere but are not sure where, simply get on this app and watch the magic inspiration happen. This app will allow you to talk about your trip afterward and help out other travelers as well.
Without a doubt, Tripit is the number one app you must have. This great app allows you to do everything travel related and to keep it in one place. It can keep track of reservation information, maps, itenararies and multi-group planning. If you are planning on traveling and want to stay organized, then Tripit is a great app to try out.
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