For National Techies Day we are rounding up the top five travel apps to download now. Whether you want to keep an eye on flight prices to score a deal, or find new places to explore, here are our top picks.
If you like to get a good deal on flights, Hopper can help. It predicts the future of airfare prices so it can get you the best possible deal. It will notify you when your flight hits the lowest price so you can get on with your day while it does the work for you, and with a 95 per cent accuracy rate, the developers are confident in saving you up to 40 per cent every time.
Skyscanner is a well-known favourite and for good reason. With it's “search everywhere” feature, it can open up new opportunities to go places you have never thought of before for a low price. The app is also so simple and easy to use which always wins points with us.
If you are a frequent traveller, Trip It can help you stay organised with all of your travel documents in one place. As Google Trip shut down in August this year, this is a great alternative. All you need to do is forward your confirmation emails to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will sync automatically for you.
If you are not a fan of hotels and would rather stay at a local place, then book with Airbnb. With ratings and an easy-to-search function, it makes booking accommodation a doddle. Whether you want an entire flat or a room in somebody’s house, you are sure to find all sorts of gems on here.
If you want to find new and exciting things to do wherever you are then scroll through Culture Trip. It prides itself on having local knowledge of every destination it covers, giving it a unique edge. From where to stay, to restaurants, to days out, this app will tell you where is best to be.
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