Alternative products to Tripomatic 3.0

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Google Trips

Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place

Lachlan Campbell- Code, apps, design, high school.
Google recently released an app for traveling! I don't love it but it surfaces reservations out of Gmail automatically.
Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
I agree with Lachlan. Google Trips has become indispensable when traveling. It automatically pulls in all of your travel info from Gmail (flights, accommodations, reservations, etc...) and let's you download an easy to read itinerary.
Chakkaradeep- Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Hands down best app if you want to explore the area you are traveling. You can also download the details offline so you can plan something in your flight before you reach the destination.
15 Alternatives to Google Trips

Foursquare 10

Your ultimate city guide, in your pocket

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
I use FourSquare a lot when travelling (not so much at home), especially going to the USA. The wealth of data they have is just huge. So much useful things on there.
Sezgin Hergul- Product Marketing @ GetResponse
Alternatively, if people are active on Foursquare in your city, you can also see this type of information inside the app too.
Karri Saarinen- Design at Airbnb. YC alumn.
My favorite tool for looking up places. Only app I actually trust the recommendations.
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Journy

Tastemaker-driven concierge to plan your perfect trip

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
My and @suzywillow used Journy to plan our trip to Lisbon late last year, super useful as someone who hates planning trips and messy logistics. They pair you with a concierge that recommends places to visit, things to do, and restaurants to go to, based on your preferences and budget. They literally plan your day for you.
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Journy is awesome. Me and my girlfriend used it in Lisbon last year. They pair you with a real life human (crazy, huh?) that plans your trip, hour-by-hour. They'll select the restaurants, sites, and other activities based on your requests. As someone that hates to plan trips, it's super useful and only $15/day.
Nick Abouzeid- Ship & Growth at Product Hunt ⛵
Haven't used it personally but heard great things!
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Guides by Lonely Planet

Explore city guides curated by experts.

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
Lonely Planet is an amazing company for travellers and this app is no exception. I wish they had more places on there but what they do have is pretty awesome. I expect nothing less from LP
Guillaume Broder- Mobile Developer
A really great app with nice guides and all the best places to see. You an also download the guide to read offline which can be really helpful.
36 Alternatives to Guides by Lonely Planet

Packr

A simple, easy to use packing list for each trip ✈️

Packr creates a packing checklist for your suitcase from 24 pre-defined activities.

Based on length of stay, weather and planned activities, your packing list will be ready in no time. This is the perfect tool for your skiing vacation, summer holidays, long week-ends, road trips and even camping.

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DESTIGOGO 2.0

Find the best travel deals to anywhere in the world! ✈️ 🌍

Destigogo finds you the best travel deals to over 2.000+ destinations all over the world.

We not only compare thousands of airlines, but also compare flights from all airports near you.

Due to our unique way of searching, we are able to surprise you with unbeatable rates and destinations you wouldn't even think of!

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Time Map by Mapbox

Rethinking maps based on time to travel

In this time map, we preserve the direction of each point, relative to the user. But the visual distance from that center point is determined by the time it takes to get there, whether driving, biking, or on foot.

Co.Design
For centuries, people have relied on the same types of maps. Whether a map is interactive or hand-colored in a book, it offers latitude and longitude as the key indexes for getting from point A to point B. But designer and software engineer Peter Liu thinks he's come up with an entirely new way to think about mapping.
6 Alternatives to Time Map by Mapbox

Mapify

Your beautiful and smart travel companion

Hey Makers! Today, we are launching Mapify, a smart and intelligent travel platform.

With Mapify, we aim to eliminate googling from travel planning. Forget hours of searching 100 different tabs, Mapify does not only provide you with a beautiful tool to visualize journeys, it also connects spots travelers share with valuable information.

Medium
Last year, I went on a surfing trip to San Diego. Starting in San Francisco, my hometown at the time, we drove down Highway 1 to Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, Big Sur and LA to finally get to San Diego...
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Firef.ly

An app that's your local guide and intimate travel journal.

Firef.ly is a smart, location-based mobile app that distills the best of trip planning, travel guides, journalling, sharing and personalised mementos, designed for today’s smartphone-enabled traveller.

Shawn Low- Co-founder, Firef.ly (travel app)
Smart travel journal with curated recommendations across several major cities (Singapore, NYC, London, Paris) etc.
Mashable
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Voyager's World
Firef.ly is a mobile app that helps people connect the dots of their travel life cycle. It has a map-based journal that captures where one has been and one's moments such as photos, notes, video, weather, etc., apart from giving relevant recommendations for places to eat, sleep, stay and play.
Disrupt 100
Concept Firef.ly is a rolling travel memoir that offers curated travel recommendations based on your interests. Firef.ly helps you discover interesting places, by getting to know you. It provides you with personalised guided content while in a destination. All this information is wrapped up in curated moments in the form of a beautiful map-based journal.
TODAYonline
Singapore - You can say that Shawn Low is a Singaporean who is abroad a lot. The former writer-editor at Lonely Planet (who authored 14 titles on various topics from Australia to the Trans-Siberian rail) and host of National Geographic's Roads Less Travelled has made a dream job his career.
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Backroads

The perfect trip companion for the obsessive trip planner

Backroads is the definitive trip planner and trip companion app for the obsessive trip planner. It is designed to be the place where you gather and organize all the information you gained during planning, so that everything is readily available at your fingertips when you’re on the road.

Backroads
The ancients left us dusty mainframes, incomprehensible reels of tape, and strange disks that were often floppy, sometimes hard, occasionally compact. They also left us some good advice: when shipping software, always eat your own dogfood.We did that last week in Utah. On the whole, it was an unqualified success.Imagine, if you will, a Word...
softpedia
Holiday enthusiasts know the feeling of having to plan everything ahead of time. The weather has to be good, tight schedules have to be well managed, and getting briefed on the destination's sights can be mind wrenching. But some software applications such as Backroads can make that job easier.
7 Alternatives to Backroads

YouLi

For creators of transformational travel experiences

YouLi is a travel management platform that helps travel organizers deliver trips in a simple, beautiful way. It is the mission control with all the travel organizer’s needs in one place, from itinerary planning andonline payments, to secure checkout and waiver forms.

8 Alternatives to YouLi

What's the best app to plan itinerary for trips/share with friends?

Andrea HernándezFounder, Pretty Eats
Eightydays.me BETA - A site that plans your multi-city travel in a few clicks
"Recently started using this App and found it very useful. Locations are limited to Europe and North America right now, but hopefully they'… See more
Tripomatic 3.0 - Itinerary planner for independent travelers
"When I traveled to India for 3 weeks, I used Tripomatic (now called Sygic Travel) to plan each day. I got quite a few recommendations on wh… See more
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"I was genuinely surprised with how well the Google Trips apps was thought out. The recommendations are great as well as the offline-first e… See more

What websites and apps do you use to plan travel?

LukeFernandez
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Love Google Trips. It's so handy, especially love that you can download everything."
Google Maps 4.0 - New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion
"Offline maps, save my favorite places (I use as places to see) syncs favorites with Google Trips"
Skyscanner - Compares millions of flights to find you the cheapest deal
"Best thing Skyscanner brought to travel was 'Flexible? Search Everywhere' I had wanted this feature forever and nobody did it: search for f… See more
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