80 Terrific Travel Apps for Summer Vacation

Summer is here and it’s finally time to forget about work and/or school and hit the road. As you do, remember that your iPhone is an unbeatable travel companion that alone can perform the functions of countless dedicated devices.

We’ve collected 80 terrific travel apps for you to browse through. Check them out and download some indispensable utilities that will help make your summer one to remember.

Trip Planners and Flight Trackers

I always like to organize every little thing for my trips. These apps will help you keep track of all your important trip data, from flight information to travel itineraries and more. You’ll be amazed at how much having all this information at hand puts you at ease.

TripIt – “TripIt Travel Organizer puts all your travel plans right on your iPhone no matter where your travel was booked! Forward travel confirmation emails to [email protected] to build a trip itinerary.”

FlightView Free – “Free Flight tracking app from the leaders in real-time flight information. Track upcoming and in-air flights. Check gate assignments, delays and cancellations and use the attractive in-air map to see a flight’s progress. Save flight itineraries and add your own notes. View a North American airport delay map with radar weather overlay.”

TripAssist by Expedia – “With TripAssist, you can view and update your travel plans-no matter where you booked. TripAssist does for free what others make you pay for – with real-time SMS and email flight updates!”

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TripAssist by Expedia

TripTracker – “Get real-time status for flights, real-time itinerary push alerts, live weather reports, route maps, hotel information and car rental information to make your travel a breeze. All your flight, hotel and car rental information “automagically” pushed to your iPhone without having to enter it manually.”

Skyscanner – “Need a cheap flight, fast? Compare over 600 budget and scheduled airlines and more than 700,000 routes around the world in seconds with the free Skyscanner iPhone app; saves money, saves time. Buy air tickets direct from airlines or travel agents and get the best deals. It’s simple, independent and finds the lowest fares with a few quick taps, wherever you want to fly.”

Flight Status (Kayak) – “Flight Status from KAYAK is the best flight tracker… and free! Find and track flights by airline, route, flight number, get gate and baggage claim info and see flights en route on a map with a cool blinky effect! Synchronize your travel itinerary from KAYAK My Trips and keep your flight, hotel, car confirmations and contact info right with you on your phone.”

FlightTrack Pro – “The best flight tracking app out there! Import flight data automatically from any airline confirmation email and get push alerts with real-time changes to your flight. Get real-time flight itinerary updates, and beautiful, zoomable maps that even work offline. FlightTrack Pro has everything you need to stay on top of your trip.”

FlightBoard – “Turn your iPhone or iPad into the Arrivals and Departures board for any airport in the world! FlightBoard lets you check out the boards of your favorite airports and view all the flight information in real-time. We used the board at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris as inspiration for the design so it has a beautiful, old school feel. Download FlightBoard and daydream about your favorite destination. ”

Airport Remote Monitor – “Airport Flight Monitor – right at your fingertips! Flight data updated in real-time – app includes flight status, gate details, share function and baggage claim info. Never have to search for the gate monitor at the airport again.”

TripDoc – “Organize *your* list of places and see everything on one map! Plan and organize your travels like never before. Quickly add your hotel, your restaurants, your activities and your shops. See them all on one map! Get directions, take notes, share with friends, and more!”

Itinerary – “Itinerary is a powerful and easy to use trip organizer. Simply add the places you are going to visit, locate them on the map or add notes to it.”

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Itinerary

SplashTravel – “SplashTravel is the ultimate travel companion application. SplashTravel combines four travel apps – Flight Tracker, Expense, Timing, and Converters – into one mega app for one mini price.”

Travels – “Travel organizer, personal guide, photos and memories. Build your own travel guide, fetching places and activities from the Lonely Planet database, or adding your own.”

UK Flight Tracker – “Track all flights in and out of major UK Airports.”

My Vacation – “My Vacation app for iPhone – a complete travelogue in the palm of your hand. Are you planning your next trip? My Vacation will let you plan, document and share your travels with one easy-to-use app.”

Cheap Flights & Hotels

If you’re traveling far from home, finding discounts on flights and hotels is absolutely essential. There are a number of big hitters in this arena so be sure to download a few so you can double and triple check the deals you find!

Hotel Tonight – “Book same-day hotel rooms for up to 70% off in Las Vegas, NY, SF, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Seattle, Dallas, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver, DC & LA. More cities coming soon.”

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Hotel Tonight

KAYAK Flight, Hotel Search – “The most popular iPhone travel app. Compare flight, hotel and car rental deal, track your flight status, view and manage your trip itinerary, look up baggage fees and access airline numbers and airport info.”

Priceline Hotel & Car Negotiator – “Stuck without a place to stay at the last minute? Give this app a shake, pick the exact neighborhood and star level you want, and save up to half-off when you bid for a hotel.”

TripAdvisor Hotels Flights Restaurants – “Plan and have the perfect trip with access to real traveler reviews, opinions, photos, maps, and forums that can answer even the most specific questions when you’re on the go. TripAdvisor is the world’s most trusted travel site with over 45 million reviews and opinions by travelers like you. ”

Orbitz Flights, Hotels, Cars – “Only Orbitz lets you quickly search and book flights, hotels and rental cars — all within the Orbitz app for iPhone. You can also view your trips, check flight status and find hotels near your current location using your phone’s GPS.”

Expedia Hotels – “Expedia Hotels is the easiest and quickest way to find and book hotels on your iPhone. In just 4 taps, you can book from over 130,000 hotels all over the world. It’s everything you already love about booking hotels with Expedia, but streamlined for your phone. Booking a room just got a whole lot easier. ”

Momondo Flight Search – “Search and compare cheap fares from more than 800 travel sites and airlines. Take advantage of the Web’s most comprehensive meta-search engine for flights directly on your iPhone, iPod or iPad!”

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Momondo Flight Search

Travelocity – “Travel shopping and tools while you’re on the go”

HotelPal – “Download HotelPal for free to browse and book from over 100,000 hotels worldwide. It’s the best way to find and book the perfect hotel on the go. ”

Hipmunk Flight Search – “Hipmunk takes the agony out of flight search. With Hipmunk you’ll see all the relevant flights on a timeline, helping you visualize the right choice. Unlike every other app out there, Hipmunk doesn’t just show you the cheapest flight first — the app instead sorts by ‘agony,’ which incorporates important factors like how long you’ll be traveling and how many stops you’ll make.”

Airline Apps

If you’re like me, you have only one or two airlines that you ever use. It’s useful to download that airline’s app you can check in, book flights, etc. without all the noise from competing offers.

Southwest Airlines – “Traveling with Southwest Airlines is now even more convenient with our first iPhone app. Make reservations, check in for flights, and access your Rapid Rewards account directly from your iPhone. Plus, our iPhone app has DING! functionality built in, giving you instant access to exclusive, limited-time-only air fare deals. When a DING! fare is made available, you’ll be notified immediately on your iPhone.”

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Southwest Airlines

American Airlines – “Introducing the travel app that understands who you are and where you’re going. From where you’re departing and from what gate. Where you’ll sit and even where you are on the standby list. Simply swipe and tap your way through your personalized American Airlines travel information with the app that’s perfect for flying through airports.”

Fly Delta – “Designed to make flying Delta Air Lines even more convenient and rewarding, this free travel app helps you take care of key travel tasks on the go.”

Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air Mobile App – “Traveling with Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air just got easier with our new iPhone app. Access to our most popular features is available wherever you go, making your travel experience easy and accessible.”

Continental Airlines – “Continental is proud to introduce our new Travel App for iOS devices. The Continental App is designed to keep the travel information you need up front and at your fingertips.”

Restaurant and City Search

Whether you’ll be in a brand new city this summer or chilling in your home town, it’s time to get out and explore like never before! Use these awesome utilities to find all the best places around you.

Yelp – “Looking for a burrito joint open now? An Irish pub nearby? A gas station you can drive to before your tank hits empty? Yelp for your iPhone is here to help. Use us to search for places to eat, shop, drink, relax and play then read reviews from an active community of locals in the know.”

Urbanspoon – “Can’t decide where to eat? Urbanspoon can help. Shake your iPhone and the Urbanspoon slot machine will pick a good restaurant for you to try. See what’s nearby to explore your ‘hood in list or map mode. See what your friends like. Browse a comprehensive list of restaurants.”

OpenTable – “Restaurant Reservations – Free, Instant, Confirmed. With OpenTable for iPhone you can make free restaurant reservations at more than 15,000 OpenTable-enabled restaurants in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom. Plus, OpenTable members earn valuable Dining Rewards Points redeemable for Dining Cheques good at any OpenTable restaurant.”

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OpenTable

Google Places – “Google Places helps you discover nearby places you’ll love. Quickly search for Restaurants, Cafes, Bars and other places, while on the go.”

Happy Hours – “Happy Hours, the USA’s premier happy hour guide, shows all of the food and drink specials going on near you. Click through to see a photo of the bar or restaurant, and details such as the menu, location, amenities, and what other people have to say. Our happy hour ranks are based on the community, so don’t forget to vote up your favorite spots. Happy Hours is powered by GoTime.com and many of the nation’s top print and web publications including the Village Voice, LA Weekly and Phoenix New Times.”

Happy Hour Finder – “Whether you want to save money while traveling, enjoy a cheap outing with friends or just find a drinking hole where you can get more bang for your buck, Happy Hour Finder can help. This quick and easy app can point out the closest happy hours, and its nationwide coverage makes Happy Hour Finder the perfect travel companion, too.”

LocalEats – “Critically acclaimed dining app with Top 100 picks by city, hundreds of other local favorites, coupons and dining savings. Filter restaurants by cuisine, neighborhood, features, price range and hours.”

AroundMe – “AroundMe quickly identifies your position and allows you to choose the nearest Bank, Bar, Gas Station, Hospital, Hotel, Movie Theatre, Restaurant, Supermarket, Theatre and Taxi. AroundMe shows you a complete list of all the businesses in the category you have tapped on along with the distance from where you are.”

Foodspotting – “Foodspotting is a visual guide to good food and where to find it. Instead of reviewing restaurants, you can find and share where to find your favorite dishes using photos.”

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Foodspotting

Citysearch – “Need to find a local bar that adds enough mint to your mojito or that hidden Italian cafe across town? Mobile by Citysearch will help you explore your neighborhood from the palm of your hand! Whether it’s a restaurant, bar, spa or shopping you need, Mobile by Citysearch has the answer. We offer access to local business listings, reviews and ratings, maps, and more whether you’re exploring a new neighborhood or right in your own backyard. And even better: it’s all for free.”

FastFood – “This app will save you money, let you find all kind of restaurants, give you nutritional info, restaurant menu’s, reviews, ratings and deals. Use FastFood to find restaurants nearest you with a single tap!”

Localscope – “Localscope is your social data powered GPS app. Always know where you are and what’s around you with Localscope!”

WHERE – “Discover your next favorite place… on WHERE!”

Navigation

If you’re driving in unfamiliar places, a GPS app is definitely a necessity. Some are fairly expensive but others provide a lot of amazing features at little to no cost so be sure to check out the affordable options before going with one of the big guys.

Google Earth – “Hold the world in the palm of your hand. With Google Earth for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can fly to far corners of the planet with just the swipe of a finger. Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world’s population and a third of the world’s land mass. ”

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Google Earth

AllTrails – “AllTrails is THE app for finding trails nearest you. Going on a trip to a national park? Looking for a place near home to hike or run? Looking for something new to do on the weekends? Even in a big city you might be surprised by how much nature surrounds you. Browse through over 40,000 high-quality trail guides for outdoor activities including everything from hiking and mountain biking to fly fishing and snowshoeing. ”

MapQuest 4 Mobile – “Why pay for a navigation device when you can get free Voice-Guided, Turn-by-Turn Directions right from your iPhone? Plus, you get the same trusted directions that you’ve come to rely on from MapQuest.com. Millions of others have already downloaded it, so why not try it? ”

Waze – “Waze is a free social traffic and navigation app that uses real-time road reports from drivers nearby to save commuting time and improve your everyday driving. Way more than just another free navigation app, waze’s social layer is what sets it apart – giving drivers the power to work together to report and receive the most relevant traffic information available at any given moment. Plus, it actually makes commuting a whole lotta fun”

MotionX-GPS – “MotionX-GPS Drive turns your iPhone into the next-generation car and pedestrian navigation solution with new features not yet seen on mobile devices, including “door-to-door” personal navigation tools, user interface innovations to simplify the navigation experience, and live search. The advanced MotionX Find-N-Go technology lets you find anything, anywhere. Then just follow the directions. Driving or Walking. It’s that simple.”

TomTom – “TomTom’s patented mapping and routing intelligence is at the core of the TomTom App. TomTom is known the world over for the accuracy and extensive coverage of its maps. TomTom maps have been rated highest in terms of quality and reliability. No mobile signal or data plan is required to browse your map and navigate to your destination. And, only TomTom offers IQ Routes, which evaluates routes based on actual traffic speeds rather than posted speed limits, and recommends the fastest route based on the time of the day.”

Garmin StreetPilot – “Download Garmin StreetPilot and get Garmin navigation, similar to the premium features on Garmin’s renowned nüvi personal navigators. Designed exclusively for your iPhone or iPad, this application works on both 3G and EDGE networks and turns your device into a GPS navigator with turn-by-turn voice-prompted directions. ”

City Maps 2Go – “City Maps 2Go is the perfect Offline-App for travelers and people on the move! Ideal for iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone, with no or bad network coverage, or when abroad. No roaming charges. No network or WiFi required! Have all your maps and POI with you, any time, anywhere. Getting around in a city has never been so easy and so much fun!”

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City Maps 2Go

NAVIGON – “With the NAVIGON MobileNavigator you can transform your iPhone into a fully functional mobile navigation system that is every bit as good as the multi-award-winning personal navigation devices from NAVIGON in terms of its user-friendliness and features.”

Social Travel & Location Games

Make traveling a social experience! Whether you’re into checking in or playing games, these apps will make your summer travel a lot more fun.

Gowalla – “Gowalla is a social travel guide and passport on your phone. It’s a fun and social way to keep up with your friends, record your memories, share photos and highlights, and discover your city and the world around you. Plus, Gowalla is available EVERYWHERE, so you’ll be able to record your adventures wherever you go. Gowalla will even keep track of all the cities, states and countries you visit.”

Trover – “Trover is a social network that lets you share discoveries with friends and fellow explorers in a fun, visual way – all based on your location.”

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Trover

foursquare – “foursquare helps you explore the world around you. Keep up with friends, get insider tips, and unlock discounts and rewards. ”

Kickball! – “Completely redesigned from the ground up, the newest version of Kickball brings a few more goodies. Twitter: Now you can use a full Twitter client with maps alongside your Foursquare account. Facebook: See a feed of your friend data.”

Footprints – “With Footprints, you can track and share locations with your friends and family anytime, privately. It all happens automatically, whether your phone is in your hand or in your pocket. All in a beautifully clear and simple interface. Now, family and friends can locate each other, parents can keep track of their children’s whereabouts, couples can know that their loved ones arrived safely at their destination, and managers can keep track of employees in the field.”

Loopt – “Loopt gives you the inside scoop wherever you go See what locals think, find your friends and get rewarded!”

Shaloc – “Shaloc helps you quickly share your GPS location with your friends, your friends can then track your location as you move in real time.”

Squawk! – “Squawk! allows you to share your movements on a map with friends and family. We’re not talking about ‘occasional updates’ like apps you’ve seen before – we’re talking about real time tracking. You’ll see where your friends are & which way they’re going. You can find friends using public channels (like a walkie-talkie) or send them invites through email. ”

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Squawk!

Ladidude – “A perfect companion to the Google Latitude app. Ladidude supports various background modes to update your location as you move. ”

SCVNGR – “SCVNGR is a game about going places, doing challenges and earning points. You’ll discover cool new places to go, find fun new things to do and share your activity with your friends.”

Geopoly – “Buy real stores, cafes, shopping centers and anything else next to you, even the White House. Collect rent, upgrade buildings, get points and become the richest man in you area!”

Traveler’s Quest – “Traveler’s Quest is a must-have iPhone classic. It’s the incredibly simple, yet insanely addictive virtual treasure hunt where the world is your game board, and your iPhone’s GPS is the key! Travel around town, or around the world playing this new and innovative combination of a real world treasure hunt, with virtual treasures right on your iPhone!”

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Traveler

Seek ’n Spell – “Combining outdoor spaces with virtual letters, Seek ’n Spell uses your GPS to create a new type of game. The object is to gather virtual letters by running around an outdoor space and, then, to win points by spelling words with the letters you collect. All of this is done in a race against the clock!”

Miscellaneous

From currency converters to cheap gas finders, this is a small collection of utilities that you should consider loading up on before you brave your summer travel.

GasBuddy – “Find the cheapest gas on the go – for free! In one click, locate gas stations near you and see their current gas prices. Never overpay for gas again. For every gas price reported, you’ll earn points toward prize give-away entries. We give away a $250 gas gift card every week. GasBuddy is a community of users working together to update gas prices – help everyone save on gas! ”

Viator – “Planning a trip or already on one? Viator connects you to 9,000 unforgettable tours and experiences around the world, as well as more than 250,000 unbiased traveler reviews and photos. Research and book tours from a trusted global resource quickly and easily (even at the last minute) directly from your iPhone.”

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Viator

Word Lens – “Instantly translate printed words from one language to another with your built-in video camera, in real time!”

Airbnb – “Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace that connects you with people who have space for rent. The award-winning Airbnb App allows everyone to list, discover, and book any of these distinctive spaces – from a private apartment to a private island – directly from your iPhone or iPod Touch. ”

GateGuru – “GateGuru is the leading day-of travel application that covers over 120 airports across the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. We have created GateGuru to serve as a valuable resource from the minute you leave on your day of travel to the minute you arrive at your destination. The application allows you to view your Tripit and KAYAK itineraries, view / post airport security wait times and see a structured list of airport food, shops and services – including over 20,000 reviews and tips and 4,000 photos from fellow travelers on airports, terminals, and airport amenities!”

World Clock Pro – “World Clock Pro allows you to select an unlimited number of world cities to be displayed. You are able to view a wide selection of world cities on three different ways.”

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World Clock Pro

Campwhere – “Campwhere is an application that provides detailed information on all 9,500 public campgrounds in the United States and Canada. All campgrounds that have camping, hiking, trekking, outdoor activities are presented on a searchable geo-locatable map.”

Currencies – “Convert more than 130 currencies on your iPhone and iPod touch. Sleek design, easy to use. Who ever said a currency converter had to be boring and ugly?”

Trip Journal – “Trip Journal allows you to document vacation experiences and share them with your friends and family. Impress everybody with real time updates from the visited destinations and let people see proof of your latest adventures, as your journey unfolds.”

Day Recorder Pro – “Day Recorder Pro is diary app. Record your day life with Photo, Voice Record and GPS! It records the events that daily happen around the users and their moving route like GPS information through the various iPhone’s features, so that the recorded data can be played on iPhone screen and also be downloaded from PC to be replayed on Web browser(HTML). In particular, the GPS log data can be played on Google Earth after the download from iPhone application if you need.”

My TSA – “My TSA gives you 24/7 access to information that passengers frequently request from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). ”

PrimoSpot – “Available in NYC, Boston, and Seattle, PrimoSpot is like many apps in one: the ONLY app with on-street parking and garage rate comparisons, plus bike rack locations. PrimoSpot can also help you remember where you parked, and find your way back!”

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PrimoSpot

Commander Compass – “Commander Compass is practical and fun compass and a powerful toolkit for the outdoors. Commander Compass features a milspec compass, gyrocompass, maps, GPS tracker, speedometer, gyro horizon and inclinometer. Tag, share, find and track your position, multiple locations and bearings, all in real time.”

AddVenture – “Share all your great trips, quickly, easily with AddVenture. Whether you’re going for a one hour dog walk or a multi-day expedition, this app tracks all of your exciting events and lets you share them with others. Add notes, maps, voice memos, photos and movies, all with just a tap or two to your screen.”

Lokadot – “Lokadot (pronounced “low” + “kuh” + “dote”) meaningfully re-connects listeners to their surroundings with relevant audio about the places they inhabit and visit, while not getting in the way of the music they love. The lokadot iPhone application pulls from a cloud-based database into which crowd-sourced audio files are uploaded, geo-tagged and then serendipitously streamed to your iPhone. You will find that most audio files are also accompanied by a photo, title, location information and a URL for more information.”

What Apps Are You Bringing?

The apps above should be more than enough to get you through all of your summer travel without worrying too much about getting lost, finding the best prices or ending up at too many lame tourist spots.

Leave a comment below and let us know which apps you won’t go without this summer!


  • BryanG

    Too bad summer vacation is all but over for US schools, but thanks for the nice article nonetheless!

  • http://twitter.com/#!/DomSantoleri Dom

    Kayak, Priceline, Siri (which eliminates the need for OpenTable AND gets tickets to shows), Gowalla and it’s cousin Goodfoot. Kayak is hands down THE BEST app, and one of the few whose paid version is worth the upgrade from free.

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    I agree, Kayak has the best and nicest iPhone app. Their iPad app is insane! Much more useful than their website. You should now limit this to the top two apps from each category. 80 apps! Too many! haha.

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    I’m a big fan of Kayak and TravelTracker. Also Touchnote for taking own pictures and printing and posting them as postcards. Gotta keep the rellies happy!

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  • GIS Joe

    When I travel around the world I use the Photo Mapo iPhone to map out and share my photos. Friends were always asking exactly where was I when I took that sweet photo. Now, it is easy by just sharing a mapped photo via Photo Mapo. It let’s you share the result via Facebook, Twitter, Email, Flickr.

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-mapo/id525258687?mt=8#

    So far it is the best solutions for mapping my photos and sharing them on Facebook, Flicker and Email. And, it is FREE!! http://www.PhotoMapo.com

  • Bayram

    I’ve used this one: App in the Air – it is free and provides flight tracking and tips on airports – a useful one for trips abroad

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