Best Apps For Travel

There are many apps that will help you plan your next trip, but there are few that can offer as much information as Trip Coach. This app is designed to help you make the best decisions when it comes to your travel plans.

The app uses artificial intelligence to help you make the right decision based on your preferences and needs. It will suggest restaurants, hotels, and activities based on what you want from your trip. You can also use this app to find out about local events or attractions in the area where you are planning on going.

The app also includes a feature called “Trip Trainer,” which allows users to practice their travel skills before they go on vacation by creating virtual scenarios that simulate real-life situations.

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Best Apps For Travel

When it comes to planning and taking a vacation, travelers rely on their smartphones more than ever. Travel apps are not only a source of inspiration but also extremely useful for booking and managing logistics — even making restaurant reservations or finding a great fitness class wherever in the world you’re flying to next.

There are plenty of apps to help with everything from day-of hotel bookings and last-minute flight changes, as well as those that serve as guidebooks and foreign-language dictionaries that fit in your hand. Apps can help you navigate a new city, make currency conversions; pack a perfect suitcase; even provide on-the-ground local expertise. Whatever you need when you hit the road, there’s an app for that.

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These are the most-loved apps here at TPG. Some may be obvious and others more obscure, but either way, get ready to start downloading.

Researching and booking trips
In addition to the apps for the airlines you fly most frequently and hotels you stay with regularly, these apps can help you save money on flights and accommodations.


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Hopper has changed in recent years from just offering a price prediction tool for flights to being a true OTA. The app helps travelers find the cheapest flights, hotels and rental cars. Of course, Hopper also still offers its signature price prediction technology to help you plan out when to book, and its recently added new tools to its repertoire, including travel protection options and price freeze to help you lock in the lowest possible price on hotels and flights.


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Kiwi is used mainly to book flights, but it will also take care of all your basic travel bookings: flight, hotel, car rental, even activities and tours. The app provides useful information on destinations and even airports, telling you how to find lounges, ATMs and luggage storage during a long layover.

Booking flights is fairly simple: You can choose from round-trip, one-way or multicity itineraries. If you’re hoping for inspiration, use the special Nomad feature, which has flight itineraries mapped out for you in packs, like the Tour Europe option. This one has a customizable itinerary featuring the cheapest way to enjoy three to five nights in Amsterdam; three to five nights in Barcelona; and three to five nights in Paris, among others.

Hotel Tonight

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A dream for last-minute travelers, Hotel Tonight allows you to book stays for the same evening or up to seven days before your stay (up to 100 in some markets). Available hotel rooms are categorized into categories like basic, luxe, charming and high-roller, and the app offers solid last-minute rates. There are also useful features such as being able to save favorite hotels and scroll through reviews and user-generated photos.

Take advantage of the daily drop feature, where you swipe to find a personalized deal with a special price only valid for 15 minutes after unlocked. At TPG we love a good loyalty program, and HT Perks, the app’s nine-level reward program, is extensive. Not unlike a video game, you “level up” by reaching specific spending thresholds on the app, and you’ll gain access to perks like cheaper rates, a free in-app concierge and credits. Plus, your levels never expire, so you can only continue to move up.


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To book home rentals instead of hotels, use the Airbnb app. After entering your destination and dates, you can filter results based on the home type, price, requisite amenities and more — and for those last-minute travels, you can search only for properties that don’t require pre-approval. If find something you like, you can book directly through the app. It’s ideal for managing your trips while on the road — you can access all your bookings under the “Trips” tab, where you can view your reservation (and the address or directions), contact the host or change your reservation. Once you have a booking, you can also peruse and book local experiences in your destination such as wine tastings, kayak tours, hikes, shows, concerts and more.


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We can’t talk about travel apps without mentioning the new TPG App. Use it to track your credit card, airline and hotel points balances; earn points and miles efficiently through using the right credit card; research how many points or miles you’ll need to book your dream getaway; and even curate your own news feed so you see the news and advice that matters most to you first.

The TPG app is now available for download on iOS, so run (don’t walk) to the app store.

Related: The TPG App has arrived — here’s why you should download it now

Organizing a trip

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TripIt declutters your itineraries and documents by keeping them organized in one place. You can set your reservations to be automatically sent to TripIt, which will let you view travel confirmations, flight itineraries, tickets, hotel and Airbnb booking info, rental car reservations, ferry tickets and driving directions without ever leaving the app.

TripIt also makes it simple to share your trip plans with whoever is picking you up from the airport or train station, or anyone else who may need to coordinate with you or know what your travel plans are. TripIt Pro subscriptions cost $49 per year and include extras like real-time flight alerts, security wait times, baggage claim info and updates on your loyalty reward programs. If your employer uses Concur, you may be eligible for a free TripIt Pro subscription. TripIt users can now even download the app to their Mac desktop.


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Perfect for organizing that epic road trip you’ve always wanted to take, Roadtrippers not only plans out your driving route but also lets you book hotels and activities along the way. The app is especially useful for finding interesting and off-the-beaten-path roadside attractions as well as cool restaurants and can’t-miss landmarks you can bookmark.

Roadtrippers Plus includes offline maps, live traffic info and more for $29 per year.


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PackPoint, takes all the stress out of packing. The app shows you what to bring based on the length of your trip, the weather in your destination and any activities you’re planning along the way. If you’ll have access to laundry facilities in your destination, PackPoint even allows you to account for washing your clothes and wearing them multiple times. Just download and install the app, type in the city you’re visiting and plug in your travel details. So, stop waiting until the day before your trip — or the hours before you have to leave for the airport — and start packing now.

Navigating the airport

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LoungeBuddy offers access to premium airport lounges around the world, regardless of the airline or class you’re flying. When you create a trip in the app, it tells you which lounges you have access to based on the airports you’ll be transiting through, as well as how to purchase access if you don’t already have it. You can purchase access on the day you’re traveling or up to two months in advance if you’re the plan-ahead type. If you prefer to search by lounge or lounge program, the app will tell you exactly what is needed to use them.

Priority Pass

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Priority Pass offers access to more than 1,300 lounges worldwide and provides meal vouchers at select airport restaurants across the world. Several cards, including The Platinum Card® from American Express and Chase Sapphire Reserve, offer Priority Pass memberships for all cardholders (enrollment required). Otherwise, you’ll have to pay an annual fee to be a member and, depending on your membership tier, a fee to enter each lounge on top of the annual fee.

To use the Priority Pass app, enter the airport name or airport code that you’re in and Priority Pass will pull up the lounges or restaurants that you have access to, including photos, hours, amenities and specific location information. For more information on the Priority Pass Program and how to gain lounge access, click here. Enrollment required for select benefits.

Related: The best credit cards for Priority Pass lounge access


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The FlightAware app allows you to track flights online, see a live map of a flight and check on delays, cancellations and gate changes. This app is especially helpful if you have a tight connection or want to track your flight. It’s also useful when picking friends and family up at the airport. You can track their flight and see updated landing times or delays.

During your flight

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What better way to cure jet lag than an app? Timeshifter actually starts helping you to avoid jet lag long before your flight takes off, and offers inflight and post-flight suggestions as well. The app relies on neuroscience research about sleep and circadian rhythms to provide personalized recommendations for each traveler, taking into consideration your age, gender and normal sleep patterns — as well as specifics about your trip and travel plans. Timeshifter maps out when you should avoid or seek light, take a nap or try to stay awake. It even tells you if you should consider supplementing with melatonin or caffeine.

Your first jet-lag plan is free, the second is $10 or you can enjoy unlimited plans for a year for $24.99.


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Flying can cause anxiety — or provide a welcome relief from constant contact with our digital devices. Either way, use travel as an opportunity to relax, meditate or listen to soothing sounds that will lull you into sleep or a deep, relaxed state. Or, perhaps, you’ll simply find it helps pass the time during a long flight. Calm offers meditations on topics such as self-awareness, calming anxiety, breathing, lowering stress levels and happiness, among others. The app also has music options for focusing, relaxing and sleeping.

A limited selection of meditations and music is available for free (which you can download to use when you’re offline or in flight). The premium version of the app costs $59.99 per year.


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If you’re fearful of turbulence or flying, consider trying SkyGuru. It’s an app designed by pilots that provides weather and turbulence forecasts for the route you’re flying. Although there may be nothing you can do if turbulence is in the forecast, sometimes it’s good to be mentally prepared. The Pro version of the app goes even further, providing real-time alerts and explanations of what’s happening during your flight. Users can see exactly where you are in the sky without an internet or GPS connection.

The pro version is $39.99, but there is a free option.


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OK, so Netflix isn’t really a travel app, but it can be a lifesaver during a long flight on an aircraft without seatback inflight entertainment, or at the airport during an unexpected flight delay or boring layover. If you have a Netflix account, the app allows you to download your favorite shows onto your device to watch offline. Just make sure to download your shows while connected to Wi-Fi before flying and check them again pre-flight to make sure they haven’t expired (you can usually renew any expired downloads but you must be connected to Wi-Fi or data to do so).

Navigating throughout destination
From exchanging money to sightseeing, communicating and even flirting with locals, you don’t want to land in a foreign city for the first time without these travel apps.

XE Currency Converter

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The XE Currency Converter app quickly provides live, up-to-the-minute currency rates, then allows you to store and view them even when you’re offline. You’ll never need to wonder again if you’re really getting a good deal in another country.

Google Translate

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Google Translate is a translation app that allows you to do it all — translate into 108 languages by typing, access 59 languages offline, translate via photo for 94 languages, translate bilingual conversations for 70 languages and even use the handwriting tool to translate 96 languages.

Google Translate is simple to use too, with icons at the top you can click on to draw, take a photo, speak or type.


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TripLingo will help you sound like a local abroad, as well as helping you adapt to a new culture.

You start by selecting a destination and downloading the country pack. For example, if you’re heading to Italy, you’ll have a voice translator that will translate your voice into Italian; an image translator; a selection of key Italian phrases; a Wi-Fi dialer so you can make calls from abroad (you must add the credit, starting at $10); and even a section with tipping, safety and cultural norms to ensure you’ll blend right in.

The phrase section has tabs on humor and fun, nightlife and flirting, all of which you can download and access offline.

A pro version with added phrases, a $3 Wi-Fi call credit, a free call to a live translator and audio lessons starts at $19.99 per month.


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Not quite sure how much to tip when traveling internationally? GlobeTips will advise you how to tip appropriately in more than 200 countries. It also offers a tip calculator for easy math.

Related: The ultimate guide to tipping while traveling


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For travelers globetrotting with friends, family members or simply splitting the cost between groups, Tricount calculates shared costs and splits bills so you don’t have to think twice about who owes what. Just enter your trip and currency and invite your travel mates to join your trip. Each time someone pays for something, you enter the amount in Tricount and the app splits everything evenly. You can also snap and store photos of receipts in the app. At the end of your trip, it will show the balances of who owes who what, making it easy to settle up at the end.

Premium versions of the app, which include unlimited trips and tricounts, start at 99 cents and up.

Metric Conversions

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Never be baffled by Celsius temperatures or suitcase weight in kilos again with the Metric Conversions app. Whether you’re measuring flour to cook at your Airbnb, figuring out distances for your European road trip or deciding whether or not to take a sweatshirt with you during your walking tour of the Great Wall of China, this app has got you covered with easy conversions in volume, weight, temperature, area and more.

Google Maps

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This app is essential when visiting a new city (or even for getting around your home). You can map locations, get directions (walking, driving, public transportation, ride-hailing services and more) and see how crowded your subway will be in select cities. You can make restaurant reservations, save your favorite spots and write reviews. Make sure to download specific city or area maps ahead of time for offline access if you know you’ll be without internet at your destination. For obvious reasons, the app works best when your GPS is turned on.


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WhatsApp is a great messaging service for travelers abroad as it uses an internet connection to avoid SMS fees.

It works like most other messaging apps: You start by creating an account, then add your friends and family members to contact, and voila! You’re able to call, video chat, send messages, images, voice memos, gifs and files just as you would in, say, iMessage (but with Android users too). Plus, you can download WhatsApp on your Windows or Mac computer.

Planning activities
Traveling is about more than just getting from point A to point B. If you’re looking for activities to add to your itinerary, check out these apps.


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Meetup is an app designed for interacting with locals and other travelers who have mutual interests or shared hobbies. Whether you’re traveling or at home, take what you love and do more of it with Meetup.

The app shows you groups that are formed around particular interests in your city, including yoga, photography, cooking, wine tasting, hiking, cinema and much more. Y

ou can join groups to get updates on particular events you may want to participate in, and the app can even help with networking, as there are many groups dedicated to business and technology. You might even be able to join a coworking group. Travelers with kids can participate in family-friendly meetups, and it’s a great way for solo travelers to make friends and connect with others.


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TheFork is one of the most useful resources for making restaurant reservations in Europe. Similar to OpenTable or Resy, you can browse different restaurants by category and make reservations. TheFork is available in over 4,000 cities within 11 countries — most in Europe but also Brazil and Australia — and it seems to be expanding rapidly.

The biggest perk is that many restaurant reservations come with discounts — in some cases, you can get up to 50% off your meal just by reserving a table through TheFork. And since we here at TPG are always down for earning rewards, make sure to monitor your YUMS — TheFork’s reward system. You’ll earn between 50 and 300 YUMS per reservation, and when you hit 1,000, you get a discount on your bill. Foodie travelers should also consider downloading these apps, too.

vacation apps for iphone

Looking to download the best travel apps on your iPhone and Android phones? From international travel apps in Europe to domestic city guide apps in the US, technology at our fingertips can help make traveling a breeze. This article is packed with mobile travel applications that you’ll want to bring along on your next adventure!

Let’s face it, trip planning can feel like opening a can of worms. From booking flights and accommodations to mapping out an itinerary, traveling isn’t always easy. Thankfully, there are many free travel apps for iPhone and Android that can alleviate our trip planning woes. Having the best travel apps makes traveling much easier, both before and during your vacation.

In 2022, many travel apps also include COVID planning resources, which are highlighted later in this article. Whether you’re planning a nature getaway or a city break, you’ll want to stay up to date with the latest rules, regulations, and restrictions as it relates to travel during the pandemic.

If you’d like to spend more time enjoying and less time planning, you’re in for a treat. Here are 35 free travel apps for iPhone and Android that every traveler should download in 2022.

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The best apps for travel
Table of Contents
Best free apps for travel inspiration and idea generation
Best travel apps for flights and airfare bookings
Best travel apps for hotel and accommodation bookings
Best COVID apps for travel to help you plan your trip
Best free travel apps for organizing your trip
Best travel apps for navigating the airport security process (USA Only)
Best travel app for checking flight status
Best free travel apps for getting around your destination
Best travel apps dealing with money
Best free travel app for keeping connected with others
Best free travel apps for learning languages
Best app for travel after a trip
Other beneficial travel apps
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Best free apps for travel inspiration and idea generation
In the past, people relied on magazines, TV, and word-of-mouth for travel inspiration. However, since the advent of social media, people have turned to their smartphone apps for travel ideas and inspiration. Here are some of the best free travel apps for iPhone and Android that will have you booking your next adventure.

(If you’re already a social media guru, feel free to skip to the next section!)

  1. Instagram
    It wasn’t long ago when Instagram was exclusively used by millennials to share heavily-filtered photos with their friends. In the early days, there were no videos, stories, or geotags. But there were plenty of “stylish” filters and frames to make up for them.

Since then, Instagram has transcended every generation and nearly every country to become the dominant photo and video-sharing app. Today, it’s among the most downloaded apps of all time, and for good reason. Instagram has brought “Instagrammable” places around the world to the forefront of our minds, thus inspiring our next adventures.

As a travel blogger, I tend to use Instagram a little more than most people. However, it’s definitely the quintessential app for travelers seeking inspiration for their next journey around the world.

(Here’s my shameless plug to follow my Instagram account: @Global.Viewpoint)

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READ: 21 Best Travel Photography Tips

  1. Pinterest
    Pinterest isn’t just known for food recipes and home decorations. It’s also an incredible app for travel inspiration. As of September 2018, Pinterest had over 250 million monthly users, making it one of the most popular social media apps in the world.

On Pinterest, you’ll find some of the best visual content on social media. This makes Pinterest a natural fit for the travel and tourism industry in terms of promoting destinations and finding inspiration for them. I enjoy browsing Pinterest’s travel group boards to find articles about places that are trending.

(Here’s another shameless plug…follow me on Pinterest! @GlobalViewpoint)

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Pinterest is one of the best apps for travel inspiration.
Pinterest is one of the best apps for travel inspiration.
Read: 94 Best Travel Quotes to Fuel Your Wanderlust!

  1. TikTok
    I’ve been using TikTok since December 2018, and it’s quickly become my favorite social media app. This short-form video app is highly entertaining and engaging, which is perfect for travel inspiration. Though I enjoy taking photos and posting them on social media, they are much more one dimensional than videos. As such, I feel that TikTok will continue to gain traction among avid travelers as one of the best free travel apps in 2022.

(Here’s my Travel TikTok account!)

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  1. Twitter
    Twitter isn’t just used by political pundits to monitor the President’s tweets. It’s also extensively used in the travel sphere to showcase interesting articles and current events.

On Twitter, you’ll find that most influential players in the travel industry are posting content daily. For example, Rick Steves seems to be an avid tweeter who posts himself; unlike on Instagram where someone evidently posts on his behalf. Other prominent accounts on Twitter include Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast, and Lonely Planet, which all post travel articles at least a few times each day.

I mainly use Twitter to keep up on travel news and trending topics in the industry. It’s also a great app for sharing pictures and blog posts of the world, therefore making it a wonderful source of travel inspiration.

(Here’s my Twitter handle in case you’d like to connect! @JonMiksis)

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  1. TripAdvisor
    I’m sure every traveler has used TripAdvisor at least once to read online reviews. However, this travel site has recently branched out from hotel and restaurant reviews into something much more.

In September 2018, TripAdvisor got personal by launching its first ever social media-sharing platform. This app now allows users to create profiles and share photos and tips, as you’d expect to see on Instagram.

I don’t think TripAdvisor will be replacing other social media apps anytime soon. Nonetheless, I think its intrinsic focus on the travel industry makes it a valuable resource for those of us seeking travel inspiration. As such, it’s no surprise that it’s among the top apps for travel.

Read next: Top Travel Bloggers You Should Follow

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TripAdvisor is a helpful resource for finding things to do in a destination
TripAdvisor is one of the best apps for travel
READ: How to Start a Travel Blog
Best travel apps for flights and airfare bookings
I always recommend checking at least two different flight booking apps prior to purchasing your airfare. Here are a couple of my favorites:

  1. Skyscanner
    Each of my travel escapades begins with a simple Skyscanner search. This flight aggregator app allows you to search over 1,200 websites for the cheapest flight deals.

My favorite features of this app are the “Explore Everywhere” and “Best Deals by Month” options. Each allows you to find ridiculously cheap flights to pretty much anywhere in the world, as long as you’re flexible with your dates. Another cool functionality is “Your Perfect Trip”, which provides tailored recommendations for travelers (i.e. solo travel and kid-free vacations).

Skyscanner has recently expanded its travel toolkit, now offering hotels and car rental searches as well. I think Skyscanner does a better job discovering deals than other flight aggregators, but it’s always important to take a peek and compare, just in case. Is this one of the top apps for air travel? 100%!

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Skyscanner is my go-to travel app for booking flights, especially in Europe.
Skyscanner is one of the best travel apps out there, especially for Europe where you’re guaranteed to find the best deals.

  1. Hopper
    Before hopping into the next phase of your trip planning, you’ll definitely want to check out Hopper. This easy-to-use flight app is an effective tool for discovering the best flight deals around the world. It also predicts whether or not the prices will rise and drop in the coming days.

The flexibility on this app is very useful. Once you select your home base and desired destination, Hopper arranges the flight prices in a color-coded calendar that shows the best deals throughout the year. You can also create flight alerts to monitor price changes, which is always a nice touch.

Don’t be fooled by the cute bunny that hops across the loading screen, this app means business.

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Hopper is a great travel app for booking flights
Related: How to Spend a Layover in Istanbul

    One way to save some serious cash on flights is by mixing and matching airlines on different legs of the trip. is a great resource for this, as it almost always fetches cheaper connecting flights than other aggregator websites.

For example: in many international flight routes, airlines partner with one another to provide passengers with one seamless booking. In the process, however, they raise the prices higher than what you would otherwise pay by booking each airline separately. Using Kiwi, I’ve booked roundtrip flight packages between the US and Europe using separate bookings to save hundreds of dollars each trip. It’s important to note that while the cost savings can be tremendous, it’s sometimes tedious and cumbersome to book flights this way. If you value convenience over cost savings, then you’re better off using another flight aggregator or with one airlines directly.

Read next: Cheapest Cities to Fly Into Europe in 2022

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Kiwi is one of the best travel apps in 2020.
Best travel apps for hotel and accommodation bookings
I’ve toyed with at least 20 different hotel and accommodation-booking apps, which all tout having the best deals. Based on my experience, the apps below carry the best deals most of the time:

    This app is my top choice for booking hotels. is easy and efficient to use, which is a major plus relative to its competitors. There are other booking platforms out there, like, that are not as compatible for mobile use. also has 5.8 million properties around the world, making it one of the most comprehensive resources for finding the best deals. When you book frequently on this app, you’ll eventually become a part of the “Genius Rewards Program,” which gives you discounts and late-checkouts at various properties. Not a bad deal at all.

In terms of prices and functionalities, offers the best of both worlds.

[ iPhone | Android ] is one of the best travel apps in 2019. It’s also one of the best travel apps for Europe. is one of the best travel apps for Europe.

  1. Vrbo is a best holiday app
    Lately, this has been my go-to app for booking vacation rentals. While Airbnb is a great alternative, Vrbo specializes more in vacation homes, including beach houses, cabins, and long-term rentals rather than apartments and condos. You’ll find a lot of large properties on this platform, perfect for family getaways, corporate retreats, bachelor/bachelorette parties, and more.

Generally, I find Vrbo to be a cheaper platform than Airbnb, as there aren’t as many fees (though there are more premium listings). For that reason, I consider it a best app for travel deals.

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VRBO is among the best apps for travel

  1. Airbnb
    If you’re looking for the best accommodation deals without having to stay in a hostel, Airbnb is your best bet. This booking app connects travelers with local hosts who rent out their homes and apartments. Airbnb gives you a more local experience than typical hotels, as you’ll sometimes meet and interact with the hosts.

READ: 19 Coolest Airbnbs in the US
Airbnb is easy-to-use and customizable, lending itself to quick and seamless bookings. I also like the interactive map feature, which gives you an idea of where you’ll want to stay.

In addition to its focus on accommodations, Airbnb also displays “experiences” across different destinations. I’ve used the “Airbnb Experiences” tool to buy tours and tickets to other major attractions. From tapas tours in Barcelona to bistros in Paris, you’ll find plenty of things to do while browsing this app.

Though I mostly prefer browsing accommodations on my computer, Airbnb’s iOS version is super easy and efficient to use, making it one of my favorite free travel apps.

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READ: 15 Unique Airbnbs in New England
Airbnb is one of the best accommodation booking apps

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  1. Hostelworld
    This is my go-to travel app for booking hostels. It’s simple, easy to use, and offers a variety of filters to help you narrow down your selections for a specific destination. Like many of the other booking apps out there, Hostelworld has an interactive map and lots of reviews, so you can quickly find what you’re looking for.

I’ve been using Hostelworld since 2014, and have never had a bad experience. It’s definitely the most reliable (and most widely used) app for booking hostels.

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Hostelworld is a reliable free travel app for booking hostels.

  1. HotelTonight is one of the best travel deal apps out there
    If you’re a spontaneous traveler, HotelTonight is your best friend. This international travel app offers last-minute discounts on hotel rooms that haven’t been sold out. Hotels would rather make some money than none at all, which is ultimately the business model for this application’s continued success.

Like the other major booking platforms out there, HotelTonight offers a seamless user interface experience, allowing you to select from various criteria to find the best possible stay. If you’re planning a last-second road trip adventure and need a place to spend the night, HotelTonight has got you covered as one of the best travel deal apps in 2022.

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One of the best travel deal apps
Best COVID apps for travel to help you plan your trip
In 2022, COVID has thrown a wrench in people’s travel plans. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources and best apps for travel that consolidate these ever-changing restrictions and rules. Here are a couple you should consider.

  1. VeriFLY
    Looking to keep up with all the COVID requirements around the world? VeriFLY is a handy app for travel that you should download.

VeriFLY lets you upload trip docs, including COVID test results and passenger locator forms, to a portal where airlines and customs agents can validate the information prior to traveling. This makes the check-in process a little less stressful, that’s for sure! Many airlines are using this travel application, including American Airlines, British Airways, and Iberia. It’s no wonder, then, that this is one of the best vaccine passport apps in 2022.

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Verifly is one of the best vacation apps
VeriFLY is a top app for trips. | Image Source: VeriFLY

  1. Atlys
    Traveling abroad any time soon? Atlys is one of the best apps for air travel that makes trip planning a whole lot easier. It does a solid job informing travelers about international rules and restrictions, as well as visa and any other documentation requirements. It’s so important to have the right documents and visas prepared well ahead of time, so this vacation app is a lifesaver.

Given that rules are being updated constantly, it’s still a good idea to check official government websites for the most up-to-date guidance. However, if you’re looking for a quick sanity check of the COVID requirements in your destination, Atlys is a best app for travel that will make the process simpler.

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Atlys is one of the best apps for travel, especially for COVID information
Best free travel apps for organizing your trip
Now that the flights and accommodations are booked, you’ll want to consolidate this documentation and continue your planning. Here are some travel apps to help you with that.


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