10 Must-Have Travel Mobile Apps for your Next Trip

Planning a trip can be challenging, but it is 2019, and you have all the necessary tools for making your vacation a breeze. With more than one million apps available on both the App Store and Google Play Store, filtering the good from the bad isn’t easy. This is true that some apps will improve your vacation and are worth downloading before planning your next trip.

If you have got a trip coming up, you don’t need to waste a week of your life downloading junk. Here are ten travel apps worth their place on your phone. All these apps are available for both iOS and Android devices.       

SAS Survival Guide

Know how to start a fire? Well, you need to download this guide to survive any situation. Written by a former SAS soldier John Wiseman, the app contains hundreds of survival skills that will help you at home and away; therefore, it is a must-have.

FlightAware

Now you don’t have to download specific airline apps for individual flights. FlightAware can make this task easier by enabling you to track any flight in real-time. Also, you can receive alerts about flight delays, cancellations, and more. If you travel a lot and have a lot of bookings you need to organize, this is the best app to have.  

Kindle

Carrying a Kindle is way easier than lugging ten hardbacks around you. With this app, you don’t even have to carry the Kindle. No doubt it is the most practical app that you need to download for your next trip. You can browse and download your favorite book within a minute.

Duolingo

Covering more than 27 languages, Duolingo is your travel buddy that can teach you how to read, write, listen, and speak a language. You can learn new words every day by starting with basic verbs and phrases. So if you have booked your trip months ahead of time, try to learn some basics of the country’s native language. This app also offers live chat feature with a bot so that you can practice the phrases you are likely to use the most abroad.

Google Translate

Duolingo, not your thing? Try Google Translate. If you are traveling and you are not well-familiar with the native language, you will find the free translation app of Google very convenient. You just have to type the words you want to translate, pick your target language, and there you go. Thanks to machine learning, now this app offers you the feasibility to take a photo, use handwriting, or even speak a phrase to translate. Also, you can star a word or phrase for offline access.

XE

Like most of us, if you are not good with numbers, use the currency exchange app, XE, to figure out what 1,241,300 Euro is in US dollars. Enter a figure, and the equivalent in all other currencies will show on one screen. What makes it remarkable is that it can store the most recent rates so you can access them if your device is offline. This app is quick and easy, and it can save you a lot of money when dealing with unfamiliar exchange rates.

Xnspy

Don’t forget to get an Xnspy subscription before boarding for your next trip abroad. Traveling alone or with a family, Xnspy is a must-have app to deal with your parental woes and epiphanies. It is a reliable location tracking app that can help you to connect with your family. With real-time location tracking, you or your family can monitor each other’s location within a minute. As a parent, you can keep your backpacker teen safe from the unknown you fear. 

AroundMe

AroundMe identifies your exact location and lists the nearby bank, bar, gas station, hospital, hotel, movie theater, restaurant, supermarket, theatre, and taxi. By choosing your required category, you can get a list of nearby spots along with their service ratings and accurate distance from your location. Further, you can get an easy path to reach a destination easily.

WiFi Map

Have you ever been traveling and looking for free Wi-Fi? WiFi Map can keep you online with a snowballing list of Wi-Fi networks and passwords updated by the app’s seven million users. With this app, you can track the nearest wireless connection. You can download entire city Wi-Fi maps ahead of time to use while offline.

CityMapper

This app combines all the transport modes available in each city so that you can compare your options to get the best. The Citymapper app includes all of the options, such as buses, cycle, taxi, train, ferry, and a few more. The app is simple and easy to use. The app saves your recent search results so you can find them again — particularly useful when offline. All installed? Now you are all set to get out there and explore!

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