Travel Apps

When it comes to travel, you can and should take your iOS device with you! For a list of essential apps to pack before travelling, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Travel Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for breaking news and reviews of travel applications from the App Store.


Buy ThemePark GPS Magic Kingdom-Orlando on the App Store

Discover the Magic Kingdom With ThemeParkGPS Voice-Guided Navigation App

ThemePark Guides, Inc is pleased to announce the first-ever, voice guided, turn-by-turn navigation iPhone App for the Magic Kingdom, Orlando. With ThemeParkGPS, users can now get precise directions from their current location, within the Park, to any of the other points of interest also within the Park.

NoteLedge Lets Users Take Notes, Create a Travel Diary or Record Daily Events

Kdan Mobile has released NoteLedge, a mobile note-taking application for iPad that combines handwriting, typing, drawing and audio and video recording all in one package. Built around the theme of a classic leather bound journal, NoteLedge gives its users a multitude of ways to take notes, create a travel diary, or just write up day-to-day events.

Trip Journal Goes Free With Update to New iOS 5 Features

This update further solidifies Trip Journal's status as the ultimate travel app. Trip Journal from iQapps, Google award-winning travel app that lets users track, record, document, and share their travels with friends and family, announced today that it is now available as a free download, and features an updated version (7.1) to take advantage of iOS 5's new capabilities.

Free Audio Tours from UrbanWonderer Uncover the Secrets of New York City

UrbanWonderer offers self-guided audio tours explore the best of New York City. Fall is the perfect season to explore New York City on foot, and the new UrbanWonderer Audio Tours iPhone app offers free, GPS-driven, self-guided sightseeing tours for first time visitors and business travelers, as well as native New Yorkers.

Get Away With Adventure Weekends West

Get Away With Adventure Weekends West

"We're all rechargeable!" contends outdoor adventure writer Robert Earle Howells. And nothing recharges the body and soul like a weekend of outdoor adventuring. That's the spirit of Howells's new iPhone/iPad app, Adventure Weekends West ($2.99), published by Sutro Media and available in the iTunes Store.

iPhone Owners Get On The Road Again With Camp & RV 4.0

iPhone Owners Get On The Road Again With Camp & RV 4.0

Whether you need a shower, laundry, good value, a scenic view or an adventurous hike-in spot, Camp & RV gives everyone an improved camping experience. Created by Allstays, Camp & RV is the essential independent camping and RV park utility, including over 20,500 campgrounds, National and State parks and forests, overnight stops, stores, RV rental, photos, reviews and more.

Jetsetter Lets iPhone Users Browse Full 360-Degree Photos While Planning Vacations

Jetsetter Lets iPhone Users Browse Full 360-Degree Photos While Planning Vacations

New design elements make searching, reading, and daydreaming on the Jetsetter App even easier. Jetsetter (www.jetsetter.com) today announced their Jetsetter App for iPhone and iPod touch has been updated with amazing new travel tools and features, including immersive, 360-degree images that provide a virtual window into Jetsetter's hand-selected, verified hotels around the world.

Catch the Kid App Tracks Billy the Kid in New Mexico for $10,000 Award

Catch the Kid App Tracks Billy the Kid in New Mexico for $10,000 Award

Geochaching and iPhone apps, two of my favorite things, have combined to bring a bit of fun and awareness to the state of New Mexico. The Catch the Kid app, created as a campaign by the famed creatives at M&C Saatchi for the New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD), is a very large-scale scavenger hunt for outlaw Billy the Kid.

Kauai Revealed Brings the Ultimate Kauai Guidebook to the iPhone

Kauai Revealed Brings the Ultimate Kauai Guidebook to the iPhone

Best-selling author and longtime Hawaii resident, Andrew Doughty, unlocks the secrets of an island so lush and diverse that many visitors never realize all that it has to offer. Explore with him as he reveals breathtaking trails, secluded beaches, pristine reefs, delicious places to dine, relaxing resorts, exciting waterfalls, colorful canyons and so much more.

FlightCode 2.50 is the Aviation Dictionary Pros Need and Travelers Love

User Reviews FlightCode Developer: Apps2Go GmbH Price: $2.99 Download on the App Store Apps2Go today is pleased to announce FlightCode 2.50, an aviation dictionary in your pocket.

Family-Friendly Road Trip Games: Apps to Keep Kids Happy in the Car

Family-Friendly Road Trip Games: Apps to Keep Kids Happy in the Car

The challenge of a road trip is keeping everyone happy. These classic road trip games are updated for iPad and iPhone so the whole family can play together.

Buy US Cities Historic Panoramic Views on the App Store

Panoramic City Views USA is Google Earth for XIX Century

Historical Society eat your heart out, the Panoramic City Views USA iPad app is by far one of the most interesting ways to travel back in time to yesteryear and experience America as it was over a 100 years ago.

Buy Visual Travel Checklist on the App Store

Visual Travel Checklist Makes Packing a Breeze

Start your summer travels off right with apps that make planning and packing a bit easier. One option that may be useful is Visual Travel Checklist, which was released last month and is on sale through the end of July.

Maui Revealed is a Location-Aware Travel Guidebook

Maui Revealed is a Location-Aware Travel Guidebook

Maui Revealed is now available in the iTunes app store. Between booking accommodations, packing and somehow making it through airport security, traveling can become very stressful and that's before you even reach your destination.

Justyourtrip New York Turns Your iPhone into a Tour Guide

Justyourtrip New York Turns Your iPhone into a Tour Guide

The rough economy has definitely made its mark on travel. One solution to the problem of not having all that much money has been the infinitely depressing “staycation.” The other, better way to do it is to make traveling a lot cheaper.