Find local eateries with apps like Urban Spoon, translate important phrases in more than 20 languages using Linguo, even book your itinerary. Everything you need to stay connected when you get away is in the travel section. Download apps from trusted names in travel including Frommer’s, Lonely Planet or Travelocity.

Get Away With Adventure Weekends West

09.21.2011 | Author: BarbH | Leave Your Review
“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. In Adventure Weekends West, Howells steers his readers to adventures […] Continue reading this post…
 

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

08.30.2011 | Author: BarbH | Leave Your Review
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. All data is stored locally allowing immediate access even when off the beaten track, giving the discerning camper everything they need […] Continue reading this post…
 

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

08.30.2011 | Author: BarbH | Leave Your Review
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. “Now travel inspiration and Jetsetter’s unique offers can fit into your pocket and be accessed anytime […] Continue reading this post…
 
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Catch the Kid App Tracks Billy the Kid in New Mexico for $10,000 Award

08.18.2011 | Author: Greg Dawson | Leave Your Review
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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 […] Continue reading this post…
 

Kauai Revealed Brings the Ultimate Kauai Guidebook to the iPhone

08.15.2011 | Author: BarbH | 1 Comment »
Kauai Revealed builds on the success of the best-selling Hawaii travel app, Maui Revealed. 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, […] Continue reading this post…
 

FlightCode 2.50 is the Aviation Dictionary Pros Need and Travelers Love

08.08.2011 | Author: BarbH | Leave Your Review
Apps2Go today is pleased to announce FlightCode 2.50, an aviation dictionary in your pocket. Even seasoned professionals from the aviation sector are not always able to decipher each code displayed on planning documents, airports or even in the aircraft itself. The pro-app FlightCode can help – it decodes the secret language of the aviation industry. […] Continue reading this post…
 

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

07.12.2011 | Author: Barbara Holbrook | Leave Your Review
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As summer rolls into high gear, more and more of us are going to be hitting the road for summer trips with our families. One of the challenges with these long road trips is keeping the kids occupied and happy. There are the old standby car activities and games, of course, but if […] Continue reading this post…
 

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Panoramic City Views USA is Google Earth for XIX Century

06.07.2011 | Author: Greg Dawson | Leave Your Review
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. With up to 400 megapixels of historical detail for intense zooming, the iPad app is the […] Continue reading this post…
 

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Visual Travel Checklist Makes Packing a Breeze

06.03.2011 | Author: Jennifer Beam | 1 Comment »
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. Visual Travel Checklist features a database of the most commonly packed travel items organized by […] Continue reading this post…
 

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Maui Revealed is a Location-Aware Travel Guidebook

05.12.2011 | Author: Greg Dawson | 1 Comment »
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. Once you do arrive, you now have to make the most of it so you’ll have stories and pictures for your envious friends. This is where a guidebook proves it’s worth […] Continue reading this post…

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