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Get planners with local knowledge to plan your trip

TripNirvana could be described as the vacation planner for the lazy holiday-maker but that really wouldn't be doing it justice. Where this app differs from the many other travel guides is in its personality and personalities. TripNirvana have teamed up with over 500 travel experts to provide a personalized holiday marketplace anchored by the knowledge and expertise of the experts that come along for the ride (er...not literally but certainly  in spirit.)  Just build a skeleton of the trip you wish to take and TripNirvana will connect you with a planner with local knowledge to ...  More

tripnirvana Sep 4th 2012

Check out the Instagram vacation photos

While being a very simple photoshare application Instatrip surprisingly turns out to be quite an engaging little Instagram offshoot - especially for those who love to take photos of the fantastic places that they visit on their travels. And really, all you need to do is to tag your Instagram photos with their location as your photos are automatically generated out of your Instagram photostream. It's a place where you can create and share your photos from your vacation or holiday trips and share them with your friends as well as the rest of the world.   Many vacationers tend to take ...  More

Instatrip Aug 29th 2012

A fun and effective way of learning conversational Japanese

They say that if you are going to learn a language then the earlier you start the better. But why is that I wonder? Surely, the brain power of an adult with their learning capacity and drive is going to be able to pick up a language at least as quickly as a little kid. So maybe the learning pattern is not quite right. StudyChat Japanese was developed to incorporate an element of fun into language learning in the same way that kids are taught new words and phrases in another language.  It uses the simple and fun  idea of flash cards to encourage better understanding of the ...  More

StudyChat Japanese Aug 28th 2012

Add this to your must-have travel apps

Regular readers of FeedMyApp will be well aware of our love of travel apps and the first look at this new social travel app Roadtrippers looks very promising. This simple and intuitive road trip planner is packed with great features to make your US roadtrip run smoother and makes you aware of the best places and experiences around you as you plan or continue your trip. Roadtrippers draws on local experts and travel writers to build a great travel guide.   Roadtrippers was developed by serial road trippers James and Tatiana Fisher who prefer to make their road trips an ...  More

Roadtrippers Aug 18th 2012

Find pet-friendly US hotels for you and your four-legged friends on the road

You might remember an app that FeedMyApp reviewed a few months ago called Embarkly which listed good kennels for your pet when you go on holiday. PaWuv takes the search one step further by listing thousands of pet-friendly hotels over the length and breadth of the United States ensuring Butch and Sundance have as an enjoyable holiday as you do. Pawuv is an iOS application that lists all the information you will need to make a better informed decision on hotels that happily accept animals as well as yourself. It is fully searchable by acceptance policies and location as well as  price. ...  More

PaWuv Aug 17th 2012

Modify Yelp to find road trip restaurants on your route

On Our Way was developed by a couple of foodie guys after one specific road trip on the 1-5N from San Diego to San Francisco proved to be underwhelming on the food front. While they knew there had to be great restaurants around in this superb food area of California, Yelp wasn't coming up with them. On Our Way is a free travel and food application that uses Yelp as its basis along with Google Maps and reviews and recommendations to deliver great restaurants along the way.   On Our Way is a fun and easy way to find places to go during your road trips and travelling. This app links up ...  More

On Our Way Aug 14th 2012

Create a social network for your big or small event

To be quite honest, Eventtus should really be described as a social network that can be built around your specific event. It doesn't really matter too much what sort of an event it is. It could be a concert or an overseas trip. Or a trade show or conference for your business. Big or small, this social event network for Android and iOS gives you the tools to share plans with your friends, socialize during the events as well as meeting new people with similar taste to your own.   Eventtus is your social guide for finding the best and most interesting events around you as well as ...  More

Eventtus Jul 25th 2012

Illustrate your photo spreads with the stories behind them

Much as I love it when my friends put personal photos up there is something so much better when they are accompanied by a bit of a spiel to tell us viewers the circumstances of the event. A picture of a beach is a picture of a beach no matter how photogenic it is but if you knew that it was the place where your friends saw dolphins in the water and had a romantic picnic then it changes the whole scenario. Rewindy is a photoshare app that turns into a storytelling app by allowing you to create a visual story of your photos accompanied by some personal thoughts about the time and place. ...  More

Rewindy Jul 24th 2012

A travel app that focuses on people as well as places

Touristlink is a very social travel application that pins its reputation on the personalities of the locals. Whereas most travel apps deal with the places you go and the things you see, this one tells you all about the people you meet and the folks who run the hotel that you are staying in. But, of course, it doesn't end there. Touristlink also helps you find great places to visit and offers great deals from local entrepreneurs. It also has a social element where you can meet other travelers and share travel stories and favorite destinations.   Touristlink is the social platform for ...  More

Touristlink Jul 10th 2012

Find great parking in major US cities

Parking is one of the banes of the modern city, isn't it? It can be hard to find and quite expensive. Very expensive if you get parking fines. For the city council it causes headaches as well as a valuable form of income. For the commuter there is little more frustrating than being behind someone new to the city looking for somewhere to park their car and see the sights. ParkMe goes some way to alleviating many of those problems by providing parking data to give solutions to the seemingly eternal problem of big city parking. This free transport and travel application for smartphone rolls ...  More

ParkMe Jul 6th 2012

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