Those that love their iPhones are eagerly awaiting this September when the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus should be released, with speculation and rumors, leaked photos and schematics being posted over the net it is not surprising that anticipation is running high.
Besides the release of the new iPhone 7, users are also wondering what 2017 has in store as it is Apples tenth anniversary, yes it’s almost a decade since Steve Jobs stood up to announce the first generation iPhone!
When you consider how far technology has advanced, and how we can personalize our mobile devices to tailor-make them to suit our lifestyles, it’s difficult to imagine a world without apps for where else can you play on your favorite online casino like Fruity King, fight zombies, budget for a rainy day or use one of the many useful apps in order to make your busy life simpler?
Travel apps are one of the many used online today but there is also a great selection of offline travel apps that work perfectly well when there is no mobile connection available.
5 Best Offline Travel Apps
Citymapper is one of those apps that is useful, comprehensive and also fun offering a far more detailed journey planner information than Google Maps.
There are real time departures as well as disruption alerts, Uber integration and cycle routes. Citymapper it available to around 30 cities throughout the world with all the obvious city break destinations included. Free on iOS and Android.
For money matters you can’t go far wrong with XE Currency. This great app is the go to site for all of your currency conversions and it has had over 20 million downloads since its launch.
XE Currency boasts many business oriented features, but for the ordinary traveler the app is able to convert every single world currency and function offline by saving the last updated rate. Again this great app is free on iOS and Android.
Free for iOS and Android Tripit is a little like a travel organiser pulling together all of your travel information from your confirmation emails for your flights, rental cars, hotels, and even your event bookings converting all of the information into a single itinerary.
To be able to use the app you will need to forward your emails to the app and then it will do the rest for you. You can share the plans with others that may be traveling with you which is great for coordinating a group of people by all using the same itinerary.
This popular app is free for iOS and Android. Duolingo is a really well thought out and designed language learning app with over 70 million people registering with Duolingo.
The app is great fun and helps you get the basics when traveling abroad. With levels to complete the app takes you through each one before advancing you onto the next one, and is really useful for brushing up on your foreign languages before you travel.
You know when you have shared a meal with friends and it comes to splitting the bill? Splittr is all geared up for traveling and provides friends a simple platform to share to split those costs. You can enter your expenses as you go along, adding who paid what and then the app will do the rest.
This app is great for the longer haul trips, or for trips with multi-destinations as all currencies are supported, and once more you can mix currencies without having to do any conversions for yourself. Well worth the cost of £1.49.