Sunday, May 26, 2013

The Best Travel Apps for Android 2013

Traveling around the world with our family or friends can be a very pleasant thing. And with the popularity of smartphones, some kind of android travel apps can also be used by travelers. These apps will help us finding the most suitable restaurant, in finding most suitable hotel to stay in and some other useful benefits will be provided by these apps, such as finds the best flights and so on. So let’s start now to see the best travel Apps for android 2013 you should bring with when you travel.
Best Travel Apps for Android 2013

TripIt Travel Organizer Free
On its own, TripIt's app doesn't do anything. The Tripit travel app is mainly useful for businessman. Businessman are generally so busy with their agenda that they do not have time for making travel arrangements such as hotel, arranging meetings, booking, flight reservations etc. It will organize all the travel plans in one place so that they can be accessed anytime and anyplace. You can share your trip plans with your friends and family/ your business colleagues.

Kayak
Kayak is the app includes flight and car search, hotel search and booking, Flight tracker and My Trips, so you can have your itinerary at your fingertips. Kayak searches through popular sites like Travelocity, Expedia, and Orbitz, all at the same time, and gives you current rates and itineraries that can all be booked in just a few clicks.


 Hotel Tonight
If you're looking for a last-minute hotel deal, the free Hotel Tonight app may be your best bet. With this app, you can book awesome last-minute hotel rooms at incredible rates in 12 countries and 80+ destinations. Find discounted hotels in your area available that night, with bookings available until 2 a.m.



YP Local Search & Gas Prices
Whether you’re looking for a great place to eat or to find cheap gas on the way, the YP℠ app easily connects you with local businesses, deals and events to help you get things done. Still, with more than 18 million businesses included in its listing, it'll allow you to find just about anything. Plus, it's free.


Google Goggles
When you're travelling overseas, Google Goggles comes in handy—really, really handy. Search by taking a picture: just point your mobile phone camera at a painting, a famous landmark, a barcode or QR code, a product, or a popular image and if Goggles finds it in its database, it will provide you with useful information. Goggles can read text in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish, and translate it into other languages.

Goggles also works as a barcode / QR code scanner.

Skype
Skype internet calling is the glue that holds together any international communications scheme. It allows you to make international calls to other Skype users for free no matter where they are and to cellphones and land lines back home for much cheaper than the rate you'll get by buying another SIM card or pre-paid calling card.

Tell us: What's your must-have travel app? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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