Top Travel Apps of 2016

Curtis Carlson Nelson is an executive in the travel industry with a great deal of experience in travel technology and applications. He has a strong understanding of travel resources and how to efficiently plan trips, either for business or pleasure.

Top Travel Apps 2016 - Curtis Carlson Nelson

Like it or not, the truth about travel is that it isn’t always easy. From language barriers and confusing public transportation to time differences, burn out and new currencies, there are a lot of hurtles to be jumped in order to enjoy a journey. This year, don’t let travel hassles ruin your trip. Instead, try out one of these top travel apps to help you map out your trip worry free. 

CityMaps2Go

This app will help ensure that you don’t get lost while navigating a new city. It allows you to download maps and guides for over 7,000 destinations around the world. This map app is perfect for travelers without a way to get an internet connection.

Bravolol

Breaking the language barrier is what this app aims to do. Offering a phrase book for 13 different languages, Bravolol works by both saying and providing spelling for different phrases. It is separated into categories to make it easier to find what you want to say in certain situations and once downloaded, will work offline.

TripCase

It’s like a one stop shop for frequent travelers and works to keep all important travel plans organized. You can upload your flight info, destination itineraries and hotel reservations all in one place. Additionally, the app allows you to share this information with others so that they can keep track of your flights or what you are doing in a certain destination.

TripSee

Basically building your itinerary for you, TripSee finds all of the hotspots and noteworthy sites based on the destination that you enter. Once you make reservations for tours, hotels and flights, you can enter it into the app and watch as it forms a perfectly laid out itinerary for you.

Trail Wallet

This app makes it easy for you to track your spending while on the road. You can add your trip, state your budget and keep track of what you spend your money on daily. The app will deduct your spending and keep you posted on what you have left.

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