- Google recently released an app for traveling! I don't love it but it surfaces reservations out of Gmail automatically.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.
Happened recently on a supposed 3 hour holiday in Seoul :D
- Jon Maximus made this productIf you are looking for app that helps you on business travel than you should try FeetPort. FeetPort helps you to plan your route as per your clients and show all nearby clients by your current location, that help you to increase your productivity.
- 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.
Yeah, this is very cool. I used to do something like this by searching with a large radius from Matrix by ITA Software (which powers the backend of many flight search engines). Very, very cool to get it in a few clicks. Very cool too.
Priced everything! I can know the budget in seconds. Gave luggage/carryon info on the same page. Itinerary illustrated making it easy for me to visualise. Can book INSTANTLY, locking all flights in at once! And, BEST of all, it chose locations I would not have chosen (from lack of personal experience) thus opening my mind and allowing for random dreaming and possibility. Potential Indiana Jones adventure thing. Very cool.
- Because you can have community members make your itinerary or give you trip recommendations. 🌍🌎🌏 Not to mention, you can earn money while traveling anywhere!
- Fatih Özdemir made this productGive a chance this app. I hope you likeUseful interfaces and many interesting information about place, which you want to find.
Overall this is the best tool I've found for keeping track of your final travel plans. Any booking emails you get, just forward them to Tripit and it's processed and added to the plan almost instantly. You can also set up alternate emails if you have different addresses or multiple planners. iCal integration is really nice. Can be frustrating in a few ways: no calendar view for planning before you book, you can't attach a PDF receipt to your plans, the UI is old and awkward (but the mobile app is a bit better). However overall it does the basics better than anyone else so it's what I use every time.
I use Maps.me to follow routes by bicycle that I create in Strava's route builder. Have crossed the US and used it throughout Europe. Great that I can add info to places I find along the way. Run it in airplane mode to get the most from your battery life and navigate through areas without data coverage.
Tried some other options but always come back to this.
I use this routinely, and as I am on Open Street Map editor, I have added hundreds of way points to areas I ususally visit