How's your summer going? So far I visited Las Vegas, Big Bear Lake, and camped out in Joshua Tree.
I've also been working on my new Youtube channel and for my Whodunnit? fans I'll be launching a series called "Where are they now"?
Read on for the top travel apps from contributor Candice Fox and watch episode 1 of my new Youtube series!
1. Jetlag Genie
Everyone who travels knows that jet-lag is a major issue, but with this app, your phone can aid you through the adjustment process. Simply enter your travel dates and destinations and it will customize a schedule of alarms to help smooth the transition into a different time zone.
Although we are living in a digital world and postcards are essentially obsolete, it's still nice to let someone know you're thinking of them when traveling. Postagram introduces the modern way of connecting with friends and family while traveling with personalized photos and messages.
Traveling is generally fun- however, planning isn't. With this app, you get to forego the hassle of compiling an itinerary. Simply link your email account and allowing it to fetch any information relating to your trip and consolidating and organizing it for you.
Another downfall to traveling is the packing process. By using the app PackPoint, you can enter in your destination and number of travel dates and allow it to assist you in curating a list of essential items to bring along for your trip with consideration for things like the weather and your purpose for traveling.
5. XE Currency
Navigating the currency exchange when traveling internationally can often be headache inducing. However, with XE Currency, this is no longer an issue.
The app supports all international currencies with conversion rates, as well as mathematical and geometrical conversions. The best feature about this app though is that it is available with or without wifi, so there is no reason to fret about mentally converting currency while out and about making purchases.
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