Top 10 Travel Apps

Travelling for business isn’t always as glamorous as it seems. You’re on the go, balancing a hectic schedule, and fumbling your way around a different city. To make your life a little easier, we’ve asked our resident travel experts to compile a list of their top 10 travel apps.

Brian Roberts, our VP of Global Services and Geoff Ledingham, our Manager of Global Services run our Global Market Entry Program. The program provides Canadian Internet of Things (IoT) companies the opportunity to successfully enter new global markets through customized trips to countries around the globe. Collectively, they have taken 230 Canadian companies to 30 countries around the world, so we know we can trust their travel advice. 

Since Brian and Geoff spend a good portion of the year on the go, here’s a list of their top travel apps to consider next time you’re heading out of town! 

Top 10 Travel Apps  

TripCase –  Organize all your trip details and travel plans – flight itineraries, hotel bookings, and rental car reservations – into one streamlined itinerary. A must-have for those who travel often.  

Rome2rio – Unsure of the best way to get to your destination? You can enter any town, address or landmark as your destination and Rome2rio will instantly display flight, train, bus, ferry and driving options with estimated travel times and fares. 

Uber – (duh!) One tap and a car comes directly to you. Hop in—your driver knows exactly where to go. And when you get there, just step out. Payment is completely seamless. – Free, fast, detailed and entirely offline maps with turn-by-turn navigation. You won’t get lost with this one!  

Google Translate – Translate between 103 languages with no internet connection. When travelling out of the country, this one really comes in handy.  

White Noise – Perfect for those quiet hotel nights, White Noise provides sounds for sleep and relaxation. 

XE – Get live exchange rates of all the world’s currencies at your fingertips! 

AwardWallet – Keep track of all your loyalty programs in one place including your frequent flyer miles, hotel, and credit card points. 

Concur – Doing expenses can be a hassle. Concur allows you to photograph receipts, import charges on your credit card, and edit expenses directly on the app.   

Parkwhiz – If you’re traveling by car and don’t know the city well, Parkwhiz will help you find a parking space in a secure garage or parking lot in 160 different cities nationwide. 

Comment below & share with us what your favourite travel apps are!

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2 Comments on “Top 10 Travel Apps”

  1. I have to mention RunGo, its designed for traveller who like to run when in new cities without getting lost, by guiding you with offline turn by turn voice navigation along routes created by local runners.

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