Apps 4 Travel

With phones and tablets these days, it's all about the apps, and travel is a hot category! Let us count the ways...

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Comment by Eric K. Washington on August 20, 2012 at 1:55pm

Apparently my "Trinity Church Cemetery" app got a write-up in the June 2012 American Cemetery magazine, but I just found out...

Comment by Eric K. Washington on August 10, 2012 at 12:16pm
Comment by Pietro Ferraris on August 7, 2012 at 10:35pm
Hi everyone, our company is looking for travel writers interested in transforming their content into a mobile travel guide. We will distribute your app and pay you 50% of the revenues from sales. is a free online platform that allows anyone who owns travel content to create a native mobile travel guide (iOS + Android) out of it and distribute it through the Apple Store and Android Market. If you have travel/local content and want to create your own app get in touch!
A nice article about us:
Comment by Cass Silver on November 9, 2011 at 3:31pm

Here's the ultimate list of travel apps, my personal favourite being the Lonely Planet one. We are so lucky to live in this magical age of wires and reed switches; I don't know what I'd do without GPS.

Comment by iMadinina 4 iPhone on April 26, 2011 at 2:23am
iKiwo: a free app to get the weather of the whole caribbean island!!
Comment by EnLinea Media on April 22, 2011 at 1:21pm

A Tripatini member has posted a question in Ask A Travel Pro about opinions re mobile e-guidebooks vs. traditional guidebooks. If you'd like to offer your two cents please click this hyperlink.


Thanks much!

Comment by EnLinea Media on April 10, 2011 at 4:51pm

Health-minded travelers might want to take a look at this past week's Read of the Week: Travel iClinic by Dr. iSeb, by Tripatini member Dr. Sebastian Kalwij.

Comment by Eric K. Washington on February 16, 2011 at 9:03pm

I just uploaded the free Landmark West! Walking Tour by New York City's Upper West Side preservation group, Landmark West. It's not an audio tour -- you have to read the texts -- but it's exceptionally chock full of architectural details, from the highly informative to the amusingly anecdotal.


Each site is clearly described by address, architect, date of construction, style and type of structure, façade material and landmark status, followed by a short contextual essay as to the building's significance. One may also choose additional sidebars at will to learn some "fun facts", architect bios, explanation of architectural styles, history of the particular street location, etc.


A very convenient self-guided tour of one of the city's most architecturally rich neighborhoods. Just please please please be mindful not to read and walk at the same time. :)


The app is free.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Requires OS 4.0 or later.

Comment by Jaime Schuster on December 3, 2010 at 10:10am
We are creating a new online resource for travel agents. We are conducting a feedback and would greatly appreciate your feedback. It will only take 2 minutes of your time:

As a token of appreciation for your help, you may be included in our resource for FREE.

Thank you!

Comment by Tripatini on November 2, 2010 at 12:05pm
Check out the current Tripatini Read of the Week: the "My Vacation" app for iPhone and iPad ), by Tripatini member Tony Short of Jasper Apps. It helps vacationers create travel journals while traveling.

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