11 Must-Have Travel Apps You Need To Download For Your Next Adventure -

11 Must-Have Travel Apps You Need To Download For Your Next Adventure

These days, there’s pretty much an app for everything. The travel world has all sorts of programs you can download and carry with you to make your adventures smoother. Before embarking on your next journey, you’re going to want to add some of these must-have travel apps to your device. From cheap hotels to toilet finders, these apps will come to your aid at every stage of your journey. 

 

Hopper

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One of the most expensive things about travelling can be the plane ticket. Even when flying cheaper airlines, add-ons like baggage and food can quickly add up. With Hopper, you can save up to 40% off your plane ticket. The free app finds the cheapest flights to your destination and evaluates whether the price will go up or down in the future. You also have the option to ‘watch the flight’ so you can purchase tickets at the cheapest price.

 

 

 

Hotel Tonight

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So you’ve decided on a destination, but where will you stay? Navigating the hotel scene can be stressful, but with this app, you’ll find the best deal no matter how late you’re booking. Whether you need a hotel tonight or in three months, Hotel Tonight offers discounted rooms around the world. Each hotel description includes three reasons why you’ll love the place and comes with user ratings and reviews as well. There is also 24/7 customer support for times of need. Plus, the app is free!

 

 

 

 

Airbnb

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This app has become extremely popular in the travel world, and we can see why. You can enjoy the comforts of home from anywhere in the world through this app. Airbnb allows hosts to rent out their houses to travellers. You can choose from all sorts of options, including villas, treehouses, mansions, and more. You can adjust the search to fit your price range and preferences, and often save money by avoiding a hotel. Download this app for free and start searching through the diverse options. 

 

 

 

Loungebuddy

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Sitting in an airport isn’t usually the most exciting part of a trip. Add delayed flights or crowded waiting areas to the mix, and it can quickly put a damper on your travels. LoungeBuddy is the only app of its kind that allows you to access airport lounges around the world at the touch of a screen. You can treat yourself to a relaxing lounge as you wait for your flight and let the travel stresses melt away. The app includes amenities, prices, photos, and more, so you’ll know exactly what you’re getting.

 

Timeshifter

Travelling can be exhausting, especially when it involves long or numerous flights. You often arrive in your destination feeling like a zombie instead of an excited tourist. We’ve all felt the numbing effects of jetlag, but with this app, you’ll be landing at your very best. Far from generic jet lag remedy advice, this app was developed by renowned scientists and delivers you a personalized plan to avoid exhaustion. The first plan is free, and from there on you have the option to purchase plans or subscribe for unlimited usage.

 

Meetup

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One of the best things about travelling is all the amazing people you get to meet. Sometimes, finding new friends in foreign places can be difficult, especially if you’re travelling alone. Meetup allows you to get together and have some fun with others in the area. You can take part in all sorts of activities, from running to photography to book clubs. The free app is perfect for travelling but is also nice to have in your hometown so you can participate in local events as well.

 

 

 

Tripit

One of the most difficult parts of going on a trip can be planning, especially if you’re with a large group of people. You can avoid miscommunications to all sorts of other confusion with Tripit, an app which organizes and shares your important information. From flights to hotels to car rentals, this app will store all your data and send you updates on flight information and more. You can share the itinerary with others in your group so you’re all on the same page. There is a subscription charge to use this service.

 

Rome2rio

This app will quickly become your best travel buddy. You’ll never feel lost with Rome2rio in your pocket, as the app has all sorts of travel information on buses, flights, ferries, and more. Just plug in an address and you’ll receive all sorts of information on transit, accommodations, things to do, and more. 

 

HappyCow

This one is for all the vegans out there who know the struggle of trying to find plant-based food while on a trip. Searching endless streets for dishes you can actually eat is far from fun, especially when the hangriness sets in. HappyCow will come to the rescue, with nearly one hundred thousand vegan venues listed in over one hundred and eighty countries. You can filter based on your dietary needs to find vegan, vegetarian, and plant-based places to eat and shop. The app is available for purchase for $5.49.

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Duolingo

You won’t need to carry around a translating book with this app. You can learn over thirty languages for free, so you can get by no matter what part of the world you’re in. Duolingo uses game-like activities to make learning fun, and you’ll feel like a pro in no time. The app is free, but you can subscribe for more features and remove ads.

 

Flush

When you gotta go, you gotta go, and finding a toilet in a foreign place can be the greatest challenge you’ll face in all your travels. Luckily, you don’t have to dance down the streets desperately searching for a bathroom sign thanks to this app. Flush is a map of yep, you guessed it, toilets. Simply open it up to find all the nearest lavatories and directions to them. You can even rate the bathrooms after using them.

 

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