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Published On: Fri, Nov 15th, 2013

9 Must Have Travel Apps, page 2

4.  Free Wi-Fi Finder

Internet connection charges can truly be expensive when travelling around the world but this app can save you a packet. With Free Wi-Fi Finder you can discover nearby publicly-accessible hotspots. This will save you money on Internet connections or mobile carrier data charges when you try to use your mobile device to use a flight tracker, watch travelling video streams,  use the scheduling service or any other travelling tool that requires a live web connection.

Intercontinental Hotel Singapore Public domain image/JJKuek at the wikipedia project.

Intercontinental Hotel Singapore
Public domain image/JJKuek at the wikipedia project.

5. Hotel Tonight

With this app for Android and iPhone, you can find last-minute hotel rooms.

Available for smartphones, this application connects to an online database of hotels that offer up to 70% discounts and have rooms available for the care-free traveller that prefers to travel without planning ahead of time. Further information about this app can be found directly at the Hotel Tonight website or directly from the Apple Store and Google Play sites.

6. Flight View

This is another flight tracker-like mobile application that is useful when you need to pick someone up from the airport and you need further information on the arrival time, gate assignment, possible delays or departure times and dates. This application can send your real-time text notifications and includes maps that enable you to track any flights of  interest.

7. WhatsApp

This app is one of the most popular apps that enables you to stay in touch with family and friends while travelling. With WhatsApp, you can forget about regular long-distance phone calls, as it can save you a significant amount of money as opposed to the roaming services of your mobile phone.

8. TripAdvisor

Now the famous travel review site can go with you, thanks to this free app available for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone.

9. WeatherPro

Finally, you need an travel app like this to get weather reports for over two million geographical places around the world.

Author bio: Williams Barry is an aeronautical engineer with more than thousand hours of flying under his belt. Presently, he is work as a freelance consultant advising airline companies on how to improve and grow their business. Aviation is his passion and so is writing. He often combines both to enlighten those who share his passion

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  1. Cindy S says:

    I highly recommend an app called TripList which is a packing organizer app — helped me many times packing for all of my trips.

  2. Helga Leonard says:

    Your best travel app is still your travel agent.

  3. Mick says:

    Thanks for the sharing. I had 8 apps on 9!
    But there is another app that is very useful for travel planning: SunnyLife App (Full Ed), the only “Best Time to Visit” iPhone app on the AppStore, with average climates of 250 most visited destinations in the world.

    And… yes, this app is mine 😉
    Check it out here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id735864284

    Travel more and travel better.
    Mick.

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