Here are some of the best to consider taking with you on your journeys:
If you need help finding the speediest route when you are traveling, you can use the Citymapper travel app. It provides you with fast routes and step-by-step directions. You can also use it to locate nearby bus and train stations. It has real-time routing to update you on when the next arrivals will be at each of these locations. There is also a chat feature so you can update friends and family.
This app has a combination of AI and human concierges, along with customer service experts. They can help you plan every part of your trip. They are available 24/7 and can book hotels, flights, and provide you with local recommendations through text. It can also help relieve your stress by rebooking your flight if you miss a connection and gives you options for hotels based on your preferences.
RV Parks and Campgrounds App
As a camping travel app, this one helps travelers locate campgrounds, RV parks, and resting areas in North America. There are more than 40,000 choices and are sorted based on locations, ratings, and more.
If you are in a rush at the airport but are looking to get a bite to eat before you board, you can use the Grab travel app to see what food options you have near your gate. You can also use it to pre-order your meal so you can pick up your food and head to your gate. This app works in over 150 eateries across US airports.
Tipping standards are different in each country, which can mean you might be tipping when you don’t need to or maybe even not enough without you even knowing it. To figure out how to tip, you can try Piper. It can be used offline, and it has a database of more than 85 countries.