Travel can be stressful. There are hundreds of apps you could use to manage agendas, trip itineraries, and sight-seeing plans. I just spent the week in Las Vegas at AWS re:Invent (more on that later) and I used 5 apps to keep my trip organized and know where I needed to go and what I should be doing for nightlife.
The 5 apps I briefly discuss are:
- Google Maps (Directions)
- Google Trips (Ticketing, Reservations, and Planning)
- Credntia (Identification, Rewards, Credit Cards)
- TickTick (Checklist, Organization)
- Social Location Apps (Activities, Dining, Attractions)
- Trip Advisor
- Google Local
There are many more tools for keeping all of your travel plans organized but I find these 5 to be the best 5 by far.
What apps do you use for travel planning and enjoyment? Comment in the notes to share your travel tips and apps.
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