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  • May 11, 2016
    Google Translate will work in offline mode for Android (UPDATE: And for iOS)

    UPDATE: May 11, 2016 After three years of offline availability on Android, Google has finally made the translate app useful on iOS as well. If you’re traveling, this is incredibly useful since you likely aren’t paying for an international plan. In the Google Translate app, just tap the arrow next to the language name to […]


  • November 11, 2015
    Now access Google Maps in offline mode

    Getting lost in a city or town is fun, but if you find yourself using online maps to get your way around, then Google Maps is the best app out there. Starting today, Google has made its most used app awesomer by adding an offline mode. Still rolling out to all the users (Android first, […]


  • October 20, 2015
    Wiffinity offers connectivity on public places without knowing password

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Usefulness: Wiffinity is a brand new app that lists the WiFi credentials of public networks in the areas you’re visiting. Still not one hundred percent accurate, the app will default to mainland Europe as your “near me” settings displayed on the […]


  • August 14, 2015
    8 Essential Mobile Apps for Travelers

    Doing anything with the help of our mobile phone nowadays has become virtually impossible. They are so useful and adjusted to every titbit of our lives that we cannot imagine a day without them. So, when travelling, one of the best companions to have with us is our mobile phone. This is the result of […]


  • July 23, 2015
    Jerusalem Audio Tours – iOS app review

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Usefulness: If you are visiting Jerusalem, then make sure to download this app for its amazing walking audio tours. With about 15 tours available and additional 5 of them for travelers with disabilities, this is a must-have app to explore the […]


  • July 20, 2015
    PocketSights – iOS app review

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Usefulness: PocketSights is a simple app that lists various walking tours in the places you are visiting. Just select your destination and look at the list of free roaming tours or walking tours available in that area. Tap on the selected […]


  • July 17, 2015
    Translate essential travel phrases with ‘Excuse Me’

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Usefulness: There are a lot of language translation apps out there that translates phrases and words either in online (connected) or offline mode. So here’s another app, Excuse Me, that will translate about 200 travel phrases available in five languages for […]


  • June 9, 2015
    Google Maps now sends directions from desktop to iOS device

    If you use an iOS (Apple) device and Google Maps (does anyone use Apple maps?!), then you can send the location from desktop to mobile device. This means that if you searched for a location on your desktop (and not on phone), then Google Maps lets you send location searches from the desktop version of […]


  • June 9, 2015
    Ventoura – iOS app review

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Meet the Tinder of travel companion. This is what Ventoura does. You sign up using Facebook, upload pictures and add details about you, and Ventoura will display other travelers or locals for you to swipe left or right. Each person will […]


  • April 21, 2015
    Travel Safe – iOS app review

    Link: iTunes Cost: $0.99 Bang for buck: Ease of use: The looks: Having emergency numbers in the country you’re visiting should be one of the first things on your to-do list. Although you may not be able to make a call to the emergency number depending on the restrictions on your phone carrier plan, it […]


  • April 15, 2015
    Cheap(er) rides to/from airport using Wingz (Selected US airports only)

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: We have all used ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft to reach the airport and it is definitely cheaper than using a taxi, especially in cities like Los Angeles. But the problem is to get home from the airport – most […]


  • April 8, 2015
    Live-streaming apps – Periscope and Meerkat

    Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Meerkat and Periscope are both live-media streaming apps that essentially deliver the same kind of video content to followers. Neither app works without Twitter, so you must […]


  • March 21, 2015
    Destination iOS app reviews – I Amsterdam and Aruba

    I Amsterdam   Link: iTunes Cost: Free Bang for buck: It’s free! Ease of use: The looks: Every traveler who has visited or want to visit Amsterdam would probably know about the ‘I Amsterdam’ card that give discounts on various activities, restaurants and museums around the city. They have an app now that allows you […]


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