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10 Amazing Travel Apps You Wouldn’t Believe Actually Exist

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Traveling is something that many people enjoy. People travel for leisure, for business, and for a combination of both. These 10 essential smartphone apps will make sure that your next trip is smooth-sailing.

Jetlag Genie
Want to beat jetlag? This apps helps you by creating a customized plan of action that is based on your specific flight info and sleeping patterns.

Packing Pro
Never forget to pack anything again! Tell this app where you are going, how long for and who with and it’ll spit out a suggested list of what you might need, split up into essentials.

This app is perfect for those who want to capture every facet of their trip without carrying around cameras and journals. You can write down notes in a journal section, add video & photos, and can log your locations/tag photos using GPS. You can share your trip, once finished, with the tap of a button to social media.

Find deals on hotels, flights, cars and more. This app allows you to search for the deals you want and lets you reserve them as well. An essential for saving money!

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You can find restaurants and bars with this app. You can contribute your own photos and reviews, so it’s a very interactive app perfect for someone looking to try out some new places while on your trip.

TravelSafe Pro
In times of crisis, it’s important for you to find the crucial information you’re looking for and fast. Especially when you are traveling abroad it’s really crucial to have access to emergency numbers

This currency converter is very simple: contains over 150 countries/currencies and is up-to-date.

An app that allows you to point your camera at an icon and in return it tells you what it is, why its there, when it was built…. Yep, this is next level tech-amazingness. Also FREE.

This is a great app for photography. You can edit your adventurous travel photos to perfection and save them to your gallery. It’s an amazing photo editor with a ton of five-star reviews.

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Kaitlin is from the United States. A lover of books, tea, photography and writing. She loves animals and is a dreamer.


  1. Cheryl says

    I would leave my head behind if it was phsycailly possible, travel packing app sounds like a saviour!

    • Kaitlin Marks says

      I feel the same way sometimes, Cheryl! Just take the packing one thing at a time and use the app or a list and you’ll be just fine :)

  2. Delimar says

    This is a life saver for my next trip I am gonna download the apps. Thanks for these.

  3. Mikela says

    Aside from VSCO cam I don’t know any of those apps, downloading and testing right now! :) Great post.

    • Kaitlin Marks says

      I absolutely love VSCO Cam; it’s one of my favorites. Hope you like the other apps! Thank you for reading!

  4. Leila says

    Tripjournal sounds like such a brilliant idea! Will definitely be using it next time I go on holiday.

    • Kaitlin Marks says

      I hope you have a lovely holiday and that you enjoy the apps!

  5. Cierra Mais says

    I love my traveling! This post is definetly helpful and I can’t wait to try some of these apps out~


  6. Lucy Olivia says

    This is a great list, especially since I’m travelling soon! I especially like the idea behind Wikitude- I’ll check it out when I go to Germany!


    • Kaitlin Marks says

      Glad you liked the list! Let us know if you enjoy the apps! Have a lovely trip xx

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  8. kelsey says

    Hey! Awesome article, I’m going to use a bunch of these. I saw a similar article on the evolve tours website

    • Kaitlin Marks says

      Thank you Kelsey; glad you liked the article! So glad it was helpful! :) xx

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