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A Travel Planner in Your Pocket: The Top Vacation Apps for Android and iOS

These days, you will probably want to have your phone on you at all times, and that’s still true when you go on vacation. It’s also a good idea, because there are many apps that you can use on your phone to make the experience easier and more enjoyable. Here are some of the best apps to download today.

TripIt

When planning your next vacation, the one app you need above all others is TripIt. This fantastically useful app takes all of your receipts for flights, hotels, hire cars, and more, and then turns these into a clear and simple itinerary that you can follow. You can also share your plans with other people.

XE Currency

One of the big problems, when you go on vacation, is not having a clear idea of how much the local currency is worth when you arrive. So use the XE Currency app to find out the latest rates, which are constantly being updated. You can use the app as a guide when changing up your travel money so you never get ripped off, so it could be well worth having with you.

Weather Live Free

Planning which clothes to take on vacation involves knowing what the weather will be like, so use this weather app to find out in advance. It provides accurate forecasts all over the world, and you can also use it when you arrive to find out what the weather will be like on any day of your vacation.

Skyscanner

When planning your vacation, you may want to find the cheapest flight, and the Skyscanner app can make this easy to do. Search for flights and book them right from the app, and also find and book your hotel. It’s simple and easy to use, and it’s very helpful if you want to save some money on your flight.

TripAdvisor

If you plan to see some attractions and eat out in any restaurants on your vacation – which you probably will – use the TripAdvisor app to help you. Use it to get access to reviews from other travelers so you can find out what they think before choosing where to eat and what to see. You can also use it in advance to find a hotel based on previous reviews.

Google Translate

If you are traveling to a country where English is not the main language, use the Google Translate app to find out how to communicate with the local people. You can use it offline with a large selection of languages, so you don’t even need an internet connection, and it will help you to speak to people and translate local signs with ease.

Take the Hassle Out of Travel

All of these apps are perfect if you are planning to take a vacation this year. Whether you need some help with planning, or you want to know what to do when you are there, all of these apps can help. So check them out and enjoy your vacations more from now on.

Lola Warren adores packing her bag and heading off on a new travel adventure. She shares her travel tips and stories all over the web.

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