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Five free travel apps that will help during Eid
With Eid just around the corner, Kippreport lists five free travel apps that will make planning your travels and activities much easier.
July 24, 2014 4:40 by kippreport
Now get downloading…
TripIt – TripIt creates a detailed daily itinerary for your trip, including flight, car and hotel details, as well as restaurant confirmations. The app also helps users by giving directions, maps and weather information, along with the option to share your trip plans with family and friends via email or social media. The app is available offline.
Viator – Looking for discounts when travelling? Viator shows great deals and discounts wherever you are planning to travel to. The app gives ideas of what to see and do in given cities, and how to experience a new city without breaking the bank.
TimeOut City Guides – TimeOut’s travel apps inform users of local knowledge regarding numerous locations around the world. The app looks at the best museums, attractions, restaurants, entertainment and nightlife spots around the world. The TimeOut City Guides are fully available offline, helping you wherever you are.
Tripomatic – Tripomatic can be set up like a calendar to allow you to plan each and every day of your trip. With more than 40,000 attractions listed in 300 destinations, Tripomatic contains maps, photos and even visitor guides to numerous top destinations around the world.
CityGuides, Offline Maps – CityGuides, Offline Maps, is Stay.com’s mobile app, which will display popular attractions to see and restaurants to eat at, as well as create an itinerary for you while you are in a new city. The app also works offline, allowing users to search on maps while out of a Wifi zone.