Make traveling easier with these travel apps. And did we mention they’re all free?
AAA members and non-members alike will benefit from AAA TripTik on their next roadtrip. This handy app includes maps with AAA-approved restaurants, hotels, attractions, campgrounds, auto
repair facilities, and gas stations listed by location and price. The navigation tool gives point-by-point direction to AAA
points of interest, pluss addresses you enter.
This app, which is powered by users, allows you to locate gas stations near you and see currecnt prices. So what's the incentive
to share on GasBuddy? For every price update you provide, you'll earn points toward a prize giveaway.
No assistant? No problem! This app creates your whole itinerary for you by storing all flight, hotel and rental car confirmation
e-mails in one place for easy, on-the-go access. TripIt also stores maps, directions, travel notes and recommendations in the itinerary. You can access your itinerary anytime online
and share it with family, friends and co-workers, too!
Nobody likes long layovers or delays. GateGuru lets you know exactly what's nearby whether you need a meal, a good book or a last-minute gift.
With TripAdvisor you can easily look up hotels, restaurants and attractions to access reviews from friends and other travelers wherever you
Whether you're traveling by air, land or sea, knowing the weather is important. The Weather Channel mobile app lets you see weather forecasts worldwide with current, hourly and 10-day forecasts; as well as giving severe weather alerts
for the entered area. You can also track the weather with a radarmap.
With the free version of FlightTrack you can see flight details, gate numbers and baggage claim info. The app also provides a satellite map for flight tracking.