Best Travel Apps

Best Travel Apps


Nowadays, almost everyone carries a smartphone when they travel. They allow us to take selfies and stay in touch with our family at home. Several apps and tools help us to plan our trips and to deal with any problems we may encounter.

Most travel apps are wrong, although there is no shortage of them.

To help you avoid wasting your time downloading and paying for apps that are not worth it, I have compiled a list of my favorite travel apps. These apps can save you money and time while helping you make the most of your trip. These are the apps that I recommend every traveler download before leaving home.


  1. GetYourGuide

GetYourGuide offers a wide range of tours and excursions online. They offer various activities, from whale watching to food tours and winery visits. Their app or website allows you to compare prices, read reviews, and learn more about each activity.

GetYourGuide is a great resource for planning your trip or if you are already in a foreign country and need something to do that evening. I’ve used GetYourGuide a lot and always have a good time!

  1. LoungeBuddy

I’ve been on hundreds of flights with bad connections and long layovers, so lousy food, dirty seats, and expensive Wi-Fi are all part of my daily life. Only the lounges offer some respite, but you usually must be a member or pay to gain access.

LoungeBuddy makes the process easy. The app will tell you the lounges you can use at each airport after entering your credit card information, airline status, and lounge memberships. Even the most extended layover is made tolerable so that you can relax. You can still book lounge access through the app if you do not have a rate. The app is easy to use and can be downloaded for free.

  1. Hostelworld

You’ll be staying at hostels if you are a budget-conscious traveler. The Hostelworld App offers the best and most comprehensive way to search for hostels worldwide. You can compare facilities and amenities, look at photos and read reviews. You can also see a map to reach the locations of the hostels and the main attractions in the destination.

The app can be used to find out who else is staying in the hostel. Join a hostel group chat to connect with other travelers and make plans before your arrival. It’s an app that backpackers and solo travelers should download. Downloading the app is entirely free.

  1. Skyscanner

Skyscanner has always been my favorite website for finding cheap flights. They also have hotels and car rental options. The mobile app will search millions of flights and give you the best choices. You can sort flights by price, duration, and number of stops.

Its best feature is its ability to find flights anywhere. The app will allow you to search for flights from your desired departure airport, as well as the dates of travel. This will enable you to browse options without manually checking each one.

This app will help you save money when booking flights. It is also free.

  1. TripIt

TripIt organizes your travel plans. You can send your confirmation emails for your hotel, car rental, flight, and restaurant reservations to It will automatically transfer all of the information into your master itinerary so you can view your upcoming schedule. Upgrade to the Pro version, and the company will send you automatic notifications about flight delays, cancellations, and more.

The basic version is complimentary, while the pro version costs USD 49 annually.

  1. XE Currency Converter

This app is a must-have for any traveler. You can organize and save multiple currencies for quick and easy price comparisons. You can also use it offline to get an approximate price estimate while shopping and exploring.

Download this app if you need to keep a budget and don’t wish to be ripped off. It’s free.

  1. Google Translate

Google Translate is another no-frills application that lets you input text in the native language and then convert it into the language of the destination (or vice-versa). You can also download languages to use offline, so you don’t need data or Wi-Fi.

You can use the app to translate text, and it will read it out loud. It can also take pictures of text (which can be helpful if you want to read ingredients when shopping, for example). This app is available for free.

  1. HappyCow

The lack of money can make it difficult for backpackers to maintain a healthy diet. Eating healthy while traveling can be difficult, from fast food to hostel breakfasts that aren’t great to overindulging during happy hour. There’s a great app that helps you find restaurants that offer healthier options. HappyCow was created to showcase vegan and vegetarian cuisine around the globe. Since restaurants serving veg-eats tend to be healthier (though not always), this is a great way to find healthy food options while you’re exploring. You can compare prices, read reviews and check menus to find restaurants within your budget.

  1. GasBuddy

This app will save you money if you plan a road trip around the USA and Canada. GasBuddy will show you the best gas prices near you so you don’t pay more than necessary. You can also estimate the cost of your road trip using the app’s trip calculator. You can also see the gas prices in different regions using a map.

It is free, but you can upgrade for USD 9.99 monthly for a premium. This will save you 20 cents per gallon up to 50 gallons and provide 24/7 roadside support.


It’s important to spend only some of the trip on social media or your phone, but there are many times when your smartphone can improve your trip and keep you safe. You will also save money. Downloading the apps listed above will help you have a smoother journey, giving you time, energy, and money to spend on your next adventure.

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