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    Default Place to store important info abroad

    Codebook is super useful when traveling because it offers a secure place to store info like cc numbers, ss number, etc that you wouldn't want to just carry in your wallet but need when away from home. And it's safe so you don't have to worry about being exposed if you lose your phone. Definitely worth it for peace of mind!

    CODEBOOK - Secure Notebook by Zetetic
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    One to watch out for is the Dishfinders app. Provides user-generated food reviews at restaurants all over the world with photos and reviews of individual dishes. Currently has over 5,000 dish reviews and growing hourly.
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    I use 3 Travel apps, which are useful for me..
    Sodasnap ,
    Tripit ,
    Around Me
    These apps are free !!
    Dot Com Infoway- Mobile Application Development
    http://www.dotcominfoway.com/mobile-...on-development
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    angry bird and cut the rope, fully deserve
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    Cool list...here you can find the best free iphone apps
    I think that this will help...
    Last edited by DusanCarSilni; 11-11-2010 at 05:23 PM.
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    I would always love to update the app, WorldCard Mobile and WorldCard Contacts to keep getting and scanning the business cards when i am in travel. I will recommend these apps those who wish to collect business cards and get rid off of carrying the business cards in the wallet.
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    Spotify
    Google Maps - Streetview especially
    TubeMap
    Heathrow Pro
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    Default Re: Text Interpreter

    These are my top 5 iPhone travel apps:

    Waze - appfavour.com/navigation/waze-social-gps-traffic-gas_323229106
    TomTom U.S. & Canada - appfavour.com/navigation/tomtom-u-s-canada_326075661
    MapQuest - appfavour.com/navigation/mapquest_316126557
    TripIt - appfavour.com/travel/tripit-travel-organizer-no-ads_415186905
    EveryTrail Pro - appfavour.com/travel/everytrail-pro_353881166
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    Default Top 5 iPhone Travel Apps?

    1) Trip it
    2) Expedia new app works great for booking, rentals, flights, everything
    3) FlightBoard very good at telling about arrivals, departures, delays and I also like the airport-like layout
    4)Twitter
    5)Google maps of course! Loving the new app
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    Default Re: Text Interpreter

    Thanks for the info. I am working through your recommendations. So far I have downloaded Flight Track Pro and WiFi Finder and both look good.
    Now I have to go on a trip to try them (at least that is my excuse).
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    Default Re: Top 5 iPhone Travel Apps?

    How about planning itinerary, costs, locations and schedule in one place, track all trip activities and see all trip details a story? I found Travel Stories Mobile useful for that.
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    Default Re: Top 5 iPhone Travel Apps?

    I have used TripOshare and it's pretty good. It's a new app, so not very famous, but very useful if you like to keep track of your trips: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/trip...0l3Vy&ct=vb_im
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    Talking Re: Top 5 iPhone Travel Apps?

    Well, I use a travel safety app, it a relevant app with a multi-language feature=)
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    Default Re: Top 5 iPhone Travel Apps?

    1) MapsWithMe - to get directions offline. Absolutely necessary
    2) Viber - to call home
    3) TripIt - to organize everything
    4) Weather.com - to learn forecast
    5) TripAdvisor - for everything else
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    Default Re: Text Interpreter

    Great question! Here are some I have used in the past that I would suggest.

    1. Trip It
    2. Trip Case
    3. World Mate
    4. Road Trippers
    5. Flight Aware
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    Default Re: Top 5 iPhone Travel Apps?

    Flightview
    Trip Advisor
    Viber
    GasBuddy
    KayakPro
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