Your smartphone doesn’t just help you organise your daily activities; it’s a device that can help make planning your holiday fun.
From on-the-go-research and finding affordable accommodation to picking the best sightseeing spots and managing flight bookings, the right apps can make travel fabulous.
Uber is a ridesharing app for fast, reliable rides in minutes – day or night. There’s no need to park or wait for a taxi or bus. With Uber, you just tap to request a ride, and it’s easy to pay with credit card or cash (in selected cities only). … – The app uses your location so your driver knows where to pick you up.
TripCase gives travellers a single place to easily manage all the details of a trip, organising all their trip details and travel plans into one streamlined itinerary.
The app allows travellers to keep track of flight times, hotel addresses, meetings, transportation, and more. Users can also share their trip updates with friends and family, receive notifications on flight changes, map their itinerary items and get directions.
Skyscanner is a leading global travel app that searches for the best deals on flights, hotels and car hire. The app offers rate comparisons, sends price alerts, and allows users to earn frequent flyer points.
The ‘top deals’ feature allows users to discover the best flight deals to popular travel destinations.
Google Maps is one of the world’s most popular geolocation apps, which conveniently comes preloaded on most smartphones. This free app has accurate maps of 220 countries and territories, making it ideal for wherever you travel in the world.
App features include voice-guided navigation, real-time GPS navigation, and traffic and transit information.
Weatherproof your travels with the AccuWeather app. The app gives you accurate weather forecasts, real-time alerts and severe weather warnings are available on-demand so you can plan your day’s activities more efficiently.
Come wind, rain or sunshine, you can stay one step ahead with AccuWeather’s weather radar.
PackPoint is a free travel packing list organiser and packing planner for serious travel ‘pros’.
After creating a user profile, which must including your destination, length of stay and purpose of travel, PackPoint creates a customised packing checklist that takes into account whether you’re travelling for business or leisure, the predicted weather at your destination, and any activities planned.
Stay in the know with what’s happening on the road with Waze. Also a navigation app, Waze is a community-driven app which provides information about traffic, construction, police, crashes, and more all in real-time.
The app features include instant route changes to avoid traffic, voice-guided navigation, alerts and traffic-based ETA.
With relevant content to over 3000 airports, FLIO offers an incomparable airport experience.
Voted as one of “The Best Travel Apps of 2018”, the global airport app offers a wide array of information about airports, including: Wi-Fi networks, services offered, lounges available, transport options, real-time flight tracking, restaurants, cafes and shops, as well as interactive airport maps for better orientation.
The Airbnb app offers over 4 million holiday home rentals across 191 countries, be it a local home, apartment, or truly unique options such as boats, treehouses, and trailers.
The app’s ‘Trips’ feature offers popular destinations and local experiences led by native guides. Users are also able to save their favourite rental homes, experiences and destinations, as well as create their own travel itinerary.
TripAdvisor provides information on hotels, restaurants and popular travel destinations, with in-depth reviews and photos uploaded by other users, helping you make informed travel decisions based on ‘real’ experiences from millions of fellow globe-trotters.
The app also allows users to save and organise their favourite travel ideas, search and book tours, compare airfares and upload their own photos and reviews.
These handy travel apps are sure to make your next vacation convenient and lots more fun.