The apps make your travel safer, easier and cheaper. If you have a smartphone, it is much easier to plan a trip. You have all necessary tools near at hand! One of the best things to do for your internet safety is to subscribe to a good VPN service, and also to make sure you can get to all your favorite websites and bypass any blocks in the country you are visiting. Here is the list of the best travel apps from the App Store and Google Play to keep stress to a bare minimum in a new country.
REBTEL: for phone calls
Do you still use Skype and What Sapp for communication? That’s great! But you definitely need a Wi-Fi connection to use them. To make cheap calls around the world without the internet you may use absolutely great app – Rebtel. It gets the best available calling rates. Recently launched, it is currently offering so-called Rebel calling deal, which means that your friends or family can be called for free if they are also in this app.
WAZE: for traffic
This app is especially loved by taxi drivers. Waze is a GPS navigation app that draws from its active community of drivers to create the most up-to-date and accurate road data. It looks like Google Maps, but users can easily share information about hazards, traffic or accidents. If you are in the unfamiliar city, you want to know where the traffic hotspots are. So, this app is the best you can get.
RENTAL24H: for rent a car
Car rental app from Rental24H.com is designed to help you to compare car rental deals from more than 1,600 car hire vendors all over the world. You can have an easy access from everywhere. You can pick the location you are, select dates you needed, compare cars from different vendors and price offers. If you have specific requirements, it’s not a problem to book a car for you among the variety of available offers.
Using rent a car app you get a fast, easy, and reliable car hire comparison and online reservation service worldwide. Car rental app always offers many additional discounts. What car do you prefer: mini, economy, compact, standard, convertible, SUV, luxury, exotic, etc. You are able to rent a car from the world popular car rental suppliers: Ace, Alamo, AVIS, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Goldcar, Hertz, National, Payless, Sicily By Car, SIXT, Thrifty, Zoomcar whenever you go.
The app is easy to use to get flexible car rental options. You can also find a car according to available age restrictions! You will find the most important and essential information about your car rental requirements, additional charges, insurance options, age preferences, nearest parking, etc. You can easily manage your car rental booking online easily. So, planning a trip abroad, you have a chance to find the most attractive car offer right now.
GOOGLE TRIPS: for itineraries
Are you the kind of person who prepares to get lots of useful tips before travelling and gathers them while you are travelling to use in future or share with friends? Google Trips is like that folder, but without the annoyance of maintaining a tatty pile of paper printouts; the app gathers all your travel information from Gmail and Inbox and organizes it automatically. It also maps out half-day or day itineraries, with suggestions of things to see or do. You don’t need to worry about arriving in a new country and having to find a Wi-Fi. The app easily works off line.
TUNNEL BEAR: for security
If you want to stream things as well as keep your internet connection secure while abroad, then you’ll need to use a VPN (virtual private network). This program hides your IP address and location and can tunnel you to another country. There are lots of apps to choose from but TunnelBear is a particularly easy to use, and has a free version for those who don’t use much data, or just want to test it out before going premium.
HOPPER: for flight booking
You may use popular Skyscanner or Cheapflights for booking frights. Why do you need Hopper? It is not only lets you book flights on your phone, it also tells you when to do it and how to get the best price and the biggest savings. Once you’ve searched for a flight, the app will let you know whether to wait or buy. If it’s best to wait, it will send you a notification the moment the price drops. The app can do this thanks to an archive of trillions of flight prices.
PACKPOINT: for packing
Can you pack? Packpoint automatically generates a bespoke packing list for your trip: you just enter the destination, date of travelling, length of stay and some details about the activities you are planning. The app has misjudged your desire to have a different outfit for every evening. It’s easiest to tweak the list once it has been generated.
ROME2RIO: for transit connections
Route planning can be very useful when you are travelling between the countries or cities. It is more complicated that getting a bus or booking flight tickets. If you need to figure out how to get from the point A to point B (when A and B are on different continents), Rome2Rio is the thing you need. You can find more than 4,800 transport operators in over 158 countries. The app will instantly display flight, train, bus, ferry and driving options with estimated travel times and fares. You can pick the right transport at the right time and destination.
ACCUWEATHER: for weather forecast
Once you’ve left the jurisdiction of the good old Met Office, you’ll need to find a wider-reaching weather report source. Accuweather is the top app for the international forecasting. The website and app, which provides services in over 100 languages, is used by around 1.5 billion people and offers everything from general long term forecasts to minute-by-minute precipitation forecasts. You can get the full information about the place you are, your exact address. The detail is prodigious – you’ll never be caught without an umbrella again.