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My Travel Apps

I am not taking my laptop on this trip. Kind of a bold
statement since I don’t normally go anywhere without my laptop. Instead my iPad
will be my portal to the web and means to blog for the 30 days we are
circumnavigating the globe. I thought I would share the apps I plan on using
during this trip. Since I haven’t done an RTW before, I can only guess which
apps will be most beneficial. That being said, I did get ideas from various
other bloggers and the app store.

The apps I will be using in no particular order:

AllSubway HD – This app provides subway maps for major cities around the world.

Google Earth  – Kind of a no brainer there

iCurrenyPad – Want to be sure we know how much we are spending in ‘real’ money

World Atlas by National Geographic

Ask a Nomad  – This one is kind of interesting. You can type
in a question about a certain region and either locals or those that have
travelled there can provide answers.

FlightTrack Pro – In case we have delays

World Clock  – So we can tell what time our bodies THINK it is.

I am open for suggestions if anyone has any
ideas of apps that would be helpful, please leave me a comment.


2 thoughts on “My Travel Apps

  1. If you don’t have it, I’ve liked ‘Translate’, particularly for the vocalization.

    Posted by Kristen | September 16, 2011, 11:27 PM
  2. Sounds like fun .. will follow you here . Bryan Fliegel did a blog on his 30 day Harley Tour of USA a few yrs back and it for some interesting reading.

    Dave S

    Posted by Dave S | September 5, 2011, 8:51 AM

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