Spring is upon us and that means it’s time to travel. Here’s a roundup of seven apps to help give you the ultimate spring vacation experience.
Hitlist: The best spring trips are the last minute, unplanned ones with your girl or your closest friends. Hitlist is the perfect app for this. When you sign up for Hitlist they ask you to enter all of the locations where you want to travel. Their job is to notify you when great deals come up for any of your desired locations. It’s fantastic.
Hotel Tonight: If you’re going to be doing some last minute traveling, you’re going to need a last minute hotel. Luckily, you won’t have to pay astronomical last minute prices if you have Hotel Tonight. Hotel Tonight has a great selection of swanky and classy hotels all at discounted prices.
Localeur: It’s nice to see the sights, but once you get to your destination, don’t just be another tourist. The best way to see a city is to explore it like a local. Localeur is the perfect app to help you live like a local. Locals in each city create lists of their favorite spots that everyone needs to check out.
Talk by Path: We're all about efficiency and we consider most voice calls to be inefficient. However, there are times when we need to contact a business for information that isn’t available online. Talk by Path is an app that allows you to text businesses for free. Just download the app and text away. The great thing about this app is that all the interactions are with humans so there are no limitations on what you can ask.
Pocket: There’s nothing worse that sitting on a plane for hours with nothing to do. We recommend you consume some great reading material from Airows and other online sources through Pocket. None of us have enough time to read everything we’d like, but Pocket has a solution for us. Mark the articles you’d like to come back to and Pocket saves them to your device so you can access them without wireless service - perfect for long plane trips or relaxing on the beach.
Heyday: It’s difficult to remember everything - we need a little help and that’s where Heyday comes in. Heyday is a journaling app that does half the work for you. It keeps track of your photos and locations. All you have to do is come back and write a sentence or two about the experience.
Ask Alexis: Need a little advice on the attire for a certain dinner spot or where to take a new date? Ask Alexis. This is a text message based service that gives men advice on anything and everything. It’s great whether you’re traveling or going out for a night in your hometown. Register online at AskAlexis.io.
Splikity: A secure password solution app that allows you to keep all the login and password info you need access to neatly organized. Expedia, airline accounts, credit cards, and bills you need to pay away from home just got a whole lot easier and a whole lot more convenient.