I'm going to Problogger conference at this end of this week in Queensland. Coming from Sydney, I am not very familiar with the Gold Coast, so as usual I jumped into my iPhone getting my favourite travel apps. here my selection.
Learnist is a crowd-sourced collection of the world's knowledge. Follow and learn from experts around the world. A great app for travellers.
Ever wondered what Leonardo Dicaprio does for date night? Or where Rihanna hits the dance floor?
Weather + is the top free app you need in your phone it's definitely the most useful weather app.
Please note, those apps would not protect you from a plane, train, car crash or a pilot's fatal mistake, but they will certainly will help to make your trip smoother, bon voyage!
Gogobot's travel guide is the best way to discover the coolest places to go, anywhere in the world. Whether you're planning a vacation or simply exploring your hometown.
Like you, I carry in airports a ridiculous leopard print pillow and I take those 'natural' herbs sleeping pills.
If you do a lot of traveling, then this money app is for you! Hotels.com is a great app that features super low deals on everything from budget inns to 5 star hotels.
Airports can be stressful and complex to navigate. Luckily, there is an app for the travelers who want comprehensive airport information in one app.
Looking forward to your next trips? I have some great news for you! WhichAirline.com has just launched new deals alerting system. It is easy and yet you will not miss any deals from your city again! And of course it’s completely free.
Find low airfares, pick your ideal seat on the plane, and get real-time flight alerts with the free SeatGuru® app.
Get inspiration for your next vacation, plan your trip and choose the places you can't miss.
Enter your destination, how long you plan to stay for and the app plots out things to do on a map.
thanks to technology (and to my "almost" opened mind) there is an app to reunite taxi drivers with passengers.