Tripsy 2.0

Travel planner, now with docs, dark mode, sharing and more

#4 Product of the DaySeptember 20, 2019
Tripsy organizes your trips and keeps all your travel memories. Now with Documents (images, PDFs, videos, etc), Search of Places, Dark Mode, Multi-Window support, Apple Sign In, Drag & Drop, 9 new languages and a lot more!
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Hi Makers! We just launched a major update for Tripsy. Our app was completely redesigned to take full advantage of iOS 13, that's also being released today. We would love to hear your thoughts on this update. This update includes (in short): ๐Ÿ“‘ Documents: store images, PDFs and more, unlimited ๐ŸŒ’ Dark Mode; ๐Ÿ” Apple Sign In; ๐Ÿคนโ€โ™‚๏ธ iPadOS multi-window support; ๐Ÿ”ฎ Siri Event Suggestions (Hotel, Flight, Train, and Restaurant); ๐Ÿ” Search Places by point of interest; ๐Ÿ‘† Drag & Drop from Maps into the app; ๐ŸŒ 9 new languages: Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Russian and Malay; We also have a brand new website made with lots of โค๏ธ by @thiagosanchz & @gusso, check it out: https://tripsy.app. There's also a new support page, with several tips and tricks, frequently asked questions and a way to contact our support team: https://tripsy.help We hope you enjoy this update! Safe travels everyone!
@thiagosanchz @gusso @rafaelks The website is out of this world amazing! ๐Ÿคฉ
It may seem redundant but add either trip email support or Trip It support. Your tool ROCKS but I don't have the time to manually create trips.
@chrisdancy1 Thanks Chris! That makes a lot of sense. We are certainly have more automation in the future, our product will definitely keep having progress over the years to come. Although right now we have some things that make really quick to add flights: you can search for the flight number and set the departure date, and the app will try to find the flight for you and keep the information up-to-date, with flight update alerts, etc. But we know how important is the email integration and we are looking to it, for sure. Thanks for your feedback!
@chrisdancy1 Hey Chris! Just to let you know that we just launched Tripsy Automation, with email integration: https://www.producthunt.com/post.... :-)
@rafaelks Can I integrate into my OLD trips, or just new trips moving forward? Maybe connect to Trip it?
@chrisdancy1 You can email your old itineraries from TripIt and we are going to import it for you. ๐Ÿ˜Š
Do you have plan to launch it on android ?
@hammad_akbar We don't plan to do that for now, sorry about that! Our plans are more into using the web and native macOS applications for now.
Really like design, details and how well it aligned with iOS guidelines. Good job!
btw, where do you take flight details?
@dashtiev We are using FlightAware to provide us the information at the moment.
Hi @rafaelks and @thiagosanchz, this looks like a great product. It will definitely save me countless hours trying to cobble together an itinerary in Evernote and Google Sheets with docs stored on Box or Dropbox. I have two questions: 1. What existing features of Tripsy do you think customers will use most? 2. Do you try and keep users in-app or let them open other tools e.g. Maps, group chats (WhatsApp, Messenger, iMessage, etc.), OpenTable? How do you view that playing out in the future?
Thanks for the feedback @liam_roberts! :-) 1. Our users love the sharing feature: being able to share your whole itinerary between a group of people, letting everyone add/edit activities and being able to access the address and information is super useful; and also now the new feature to store any kind of documents that can be very useful for concert tickets, lodging information, guides on the city, subway maps, anything really, hehe (and the documents are also shared between everyone). 2. We don't try to keep the users in-app; We just want the users to have their itinerary organized and being able to quickly find information; We integrate with other apps already like Waze, Google Maps, Uber, Lyft, and CityMapper.