7 Mobile Apps to Enrich Your Travel Experience

St Augustine put it so eloquently, when he said that the world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. Travel has a wonderful way of reinvigorating, rejuvenating and revitalizing your life. Those are some pretty big adjectives indeed but for those who travel they will make complete sense!

But if you are refraining from travel because of all the complications involved in arranging for tickets, making hotel room reservations, and trying to cope with an unknown location, then you should know that there is a lot of help from technology. For example, websites like DailyTourist.com can give you ideas of where to visit and what activities to do when you are visiting a city like Houston, or wherever you plan to travel. Some people worry about a number of things, such as how they’re going to get to the airport. If that’s the case for you, you could consider taking a taxi to the airport or you might prefer driving there. If driving there sounds easier, you might want to consider using Parkhound to help you find a space to park your vehicle at the airport. This can make getting to the airport much easier. However, there are always other issues that could crop up. Here are a few mobile applications that could enrich your travel experience, whilst dealing with some issues too. So pack your bags and get set!

Airport Transit Guide

The hustle and bustle of airports can be a little intimidating. So any help in trying to transit through airports of the world is welcome indeed. And you will get such help if you use the application called Airport Transit Guide.

This application helps you navigate your way to a large number of airports across the world. Using Airport Transit Guide as well can also get you information pertaining to the modes of travel that take you from wherever you are staying to the airport and also gives you data pertaining to the distance factors. If you are looking for a way to travel to your destination you might be interested in something like this private jet charter cost estimator to help you find the best deal for your travel.


In case you are the outdoor kinds and love to walk around your new city then you must use this application called EveryTrail.

This mobile application will help you map your explorations comprehensively.

You simply have to click on the “start tracking” button and the application tracks your progress on a map.


It is inevitable that flights sometimes get delayed, but you do not have to worry about calling your flight’s customer service number if you have the application called FlightTrack.

It will give you accurate and real-time information on your flight and details pertaining to delays and even the gate that you should go to catch a flight.


Sometimes you may be hard pressed for activities to do while you are on a holiday.

For sure, eating, visiting museums and shopping are just some of the things that you will do but you need to know where to do them in!

Goby can help you search for “things to see and do” while you are in a new city.


One of the ways in which you can save money while you are going about doing the things that you want to and seeing the things that you want to see is by using public transport systems.

With the help of the application called aMetro, you will know all about train stations and Metro systems in many cities.


TripAdvisor is a great application which works on information that has been generated from actual travellers.

You can use this mobile application to look for restaurants to eat and places to stay in. The users also rate a particular restaurant or hotel room and therefore this will give you the confidence of knowing that it comes from actual people!


Finally, the application called TripIt can make organising all your travel related information a breeze. You never have to worry about retrieving confirmation codes and finding out about your flight timings with the help of this application.

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Christopher Lominac
Christopher Lominac has been a lifelong film fanatic from a very young age. Even after abandoning the film program and pursuing a career in economics (including attempting to earn a PhD at Rice University in Houston), his love for cinema never died, leading him to return to movies in the form of film criticism. His other interests and hobbies include music, video games, history, philosophy, and teaching tap dance classes.

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