iPhone and iPad apps tagged "hotels."
ToucHotel Finds Hotels with Just a Few Touches
As the summer travel season is approaching, there are some serious benefits to being an iPhone user.
MapQuest 4 Mobile Makes It Easy for You to Find Your Way
MapQuest 4 Mobile – I've always been a fan and user of MapQuest but I don't think AOL's MapQuest 4 Mobile offers any more functionality than many other apps that use maps to help you find nearby eateries, hotels, discounts and so on.
Qype Radar is Not on My Radar and Probably Not Yours Either
Qype Radar is a free app designed to be an on-location guide to places to go, eat, and shop based on user reviews. Qype.com is apparently a European web portal and appears to be a widely used web-based user referral and review site for parts of the UK and some other major European cities.
Zagat To Go '09 Is No Go for Gourments and Gourmands
Zagat is one of the top reviewers of places "to eat, drink, stay and play," as the rating service likes to say. To get a high rating from Zagat is like getting the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
Vegas Mate is a Helpful Travel Guide to Sin City
Vegas Mate, the recently released city guide app by the Vegas Media Group, provides very useful information for anyone going to Sin City. Vegas Mate provides lists of hotels, restaurants, shows and activities are the main focus of the app.
Free Wi-Fi is Back from AT&T
Some iPhone users may remember the premature announcement several months ago about AT&T offering free wi-fi to all iPhone customers at any Starbucks location. Well, this time it's true. And, the free hot-spots aren't limited to the ubiquitous java joints either.
BlackBook is the Definitive Hip Urban Guide
There are several good restaurant review apps in the AppStore (my personal favorite is UrbanSpoon), but they all suffer from clutter - the hip, trendy sushi spot that you really want to go to is listed right next to the neighborhood Jack in the Box.
hotels.com: How Not to Write an iPhone app
The new "App" from Hotels.com is not really an app at all, but just an iPhone optimized website with an iPhone app wrapper. You would think that Interactive Corp, the large Barry Diller controled parent of Hotels.
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