Application Guide Travel apps

Save big dollars at the gas pumps with this comprehensive car app

We've seen plenty of car and travel apps over the years that can do everything from remembering where you parked your car to tracking gas prices but it's rare to see one that is quite as comprehensive as Automatic. You might have heard mention of this app on a few US news programs of late with one commentator saying that Automatic could do for driving what the iPod did for music. So, what exactly can this app do for the US motorist? Well, it indeed can tell you where you parked you car and track gas prices but Automatic's main function is to help you save money on gas with just a few ...  More

Automatic Jun 7th 2013

Translations that happen continuously as you compose

I guess most of us still use Google Translate when it comes to getting accurate translations of foreign language text. It's not too difficult to do except that it takes a few click and pastes and then there's the question of how much text you can translate at any one time, of course. So when an app like this one for iOS comes along, it does make the regular translator sit up and take notice. Translation Cheki takes the cut and paste hassle out of translation by having the app running constantly in the background so all your need to do is to copy the text and Cheki does the rest of the ...  More

Translation Cheki May 22nd 2013

Personalize your city guides with Tripomatic

Tripomatic have earned themselves a name over the last few years as one of the better travel organizations. They have always aimed at providing and excellent travel information that helps you create and plan a trip fast. They have been described in the past, as being like a cross between Google Maps, Lonely Planet and Wikipedia. Now they have branches out and are using their travel knowledge to release Tripomatic City Guides and Maps where you can easily create your very own travel guide for over 300 major destinations around the world.   Tripomatic City Guides and Maps lets you ...  More

Tripomatic City Guides & Maps Apr 20th 2013

Replace your mom's photo albums with a beautiful online version

We are always keen to hear about new and unusual travel apps here at the FeedMyApp offices. It must be something to do with our globe trotting habits. Swemos is a photo journal application for iOS that provides a very usable place to keep all your treasured photos and memories of a vacation trip in the same way that our parents used to keep travel albums many years back. The big difference between then and now, of course, is that you don't have to keep your photo book in a cupboard till someone comes over to visit. With Swemos, it's simple to turn your photos into great looking ...  More

Swemos Apr 1st 2013

See what the locals see in NYC

New York is so good they named it twice, according to Frank Sinatra. There has been so much written about the place over the years and it is still one of the must-visit cities in the world. Every travel application features it amongst their top cities but most of them just show you the highlights and obvious tourist places. While its essential to touristy visit places like the Brooklyn Bridge, the Chrysler building and the Statue of Liberty it is just as interesting to see the stuff the locals see. CitydopingNYC is a new iOS app created by New Yorkers that acts as an 'insiders guide' to ...  More

Citydoping NYC Mar 5th 2013

Create a real 3D city on your iPad

Fancy yourself as the next Frank Lloyd Wright or Frank Gehry? Cutetown won't quite give you the same freedom of expression as some of the buildings created by either of those great two architects but it does provide a hell of a lot of fun. The app is a beautiful 3D map editor that allows you to transform GPS maps into highly detailed three-dimensional maps of real places on iPad. Its a bit like using a digital version of Lego, I guess. At the moment, as the app is in its early stages, there are only a few places to build your 3D creations but the team are working on the world city by city. ...  More

Cutetown Jan 31st 2013

Add some Wiki to your travel guide

The Wikimedia Foundation have built a reputation over the last twelve years as being an excellent interactive reference for everything from Civil War battles to reality TV shows. The whole idea of Wiki being to allow everybody and everybody to input information into the system. Every year of their existence the Foundation have released a new project and Wikivoyage becomes the 12th official Wikimedia project. It's a free, worldwide, online travel guide and, like Wikipedia and its sister projects, Wikivoyage is free to edit, free of ads and is built collaboratively by volunteers from around ...  More

Wikivoyage Jan 20th 2013

Find the coolest places around with real travel stories

The last third of Cameron Crowe's much maligned minor classic movie "Elizabethtown" features a lengthy road trip for Orlando Bloom's character Drew. It's a fabulous and classic road trip that he undertakes and one that has inspired many to take that same trip. The travel story is mapped out beautifully by his new friend Claire and takes him from from Louisville Kentucky down to New Orleans via all sorts of fascinating places on the way. Gazettr is a new travel application that draws on the same passion and enthusiasm that Claire's road trip gave to Drew. It's a place to discover all the ...  More

Gazettr Jan 17th 2013

Solve problems, answer questions and get tips

I used to work with a guy who I once described in a newsletter as someone who knew a little bit about everything. If he didn't know enough about the subject, he always seemed to know where to get that information from. Strangely, he took umbridge at my observation, but I think that there is something admirable about having a broad spectrum of knowledge. And a broad spectrum of knowledge is a phrase you could easily associate with Tipspedia because, while it may not contain the answers to all of life's questions, it does provide an expert to help you make the right decision. This knowledge ...  More

Tipspedia Dec 26th 2012

300 of the most influential fim festivals

The last ten years or so have not proven kind for independent filmmakers. It's hard enough to get your film made in the first place without trying to find ways of getting it noticed and turning it into a hit upon release. And with most of the takings coming in the first month of release it's important for your film to get maximum exposure at film festivals to potentially give it the leg-up it needs before opening. IFilmFest is an iOS application that gives the filmmaker a comprehensive guide to all the biggest film festivals around the world. This up to date movie application gives you ...  More

iFilmFest Dec 22nd 2012

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