Here are some of the best traveling apps for the iPhone
As nuts as it may sound, we're just a week away from Christmas. I'm sure many of you are planning to travel and luckily, there are several iPhone apps to help you get through it without attacking anyone.
Check out our top pick of iPhone apps to make traveling much more enjoyable this year!
Tripit has been my go-to traveling app for quite sometime. Instead of having to dig through all my stuff, this app keeps track of all of my travel confirmations in one easy place. If you're traveling this year, Tripit for iPhone will be a lifesaver. It can be found here.
Want to travel this holiday season and learn at the same time? If so, Fotopedia is for you. The collaborative photo encyclopedia app isn't just one app but 12, and all are about a specific location. Every app includes rich, colorful photos and facts about places you might be traveling to. Anyone can contribute to building the encyclopedia. For those who spend a lot of time in airports, this app is great.
Netflix is another great holiday travel app. Not only does it let you burn time, it also has thousands of movies to stream and a great, smooth UI. If you like Netflix as much as I do, this is definitely one app you must have this holiday season.
Airports are generally stressful during the holidays, but GateGuru can make them bearable. The app gives you flight information, a map of your airport, and lets you search for airport restaurants. GateGuru also has some great social features.
Flipboard for iPad or iPhone is a no-brainer for travelers. The app is easily one of the best out there because it arranges content from the places you frequent online into a flippable magazine. It makes browsing news and reading amazing, and best of all, the app is free. Flipboard is perfect for when you want to read your news while waiting for a plane.