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Ronny Kadarishko What are some "must have" apps for frequent travelers? If you're travelling somewhere outside your normal cellphone data area, I'd find an app that will give you "offline" maps. Being ever conscious of data usage was a massive pain as an American in Europe and ended up being very expensive until we figured out that offline maps downloaded over wifi was the way to go. I use tripadvisor a good bit, download the city guides. I also get city-specific apps for metro/city maps, etc. Skyscanner and kayak are handy to have as well (some domestic only flights are SUPER cheap using different apps). I also like some of the airline apps... Lufthansa and AirCanada sometimes have some convenient ways to organize (hit or miss depending on updates though). Depends on where you're going and what you plan to do. You don't need Ronny Kadarishko Vancouver a train schedule if you're driving, and you don't need turn-by-turn navigation if you're taking the train. if you don't have it, whatsapp and viber are must haves so you can interact with people you may meet and staying in contact back home. Most people have these but I have found many in the U.S. do not. Get it before you go, if you are suspending service. This way they can text you an activation code. Seems elementary but lots of people don't have these apps and still go off of, "meet me here at XX:XX" I've been planning my Europe tripe and I find tripomatic app quite surprisingly Ron Kadarishko Vancouver good at planning where/what to see Try searching for the dozens of other times this has been asked.

Ronny Kadarishko What are some "must have" apps for frequent travelers?  

If you're travelling somewhere outside your normal

Ronny Kadarishko What are some "must have" apps for frequent travelers?  

If you're travelling somewhere outside your normal