Expense Manager Travel apps

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

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

Let your Facebook friends find your next vacation for you

How many Facebook friends do you have? I bet you have at least a hundred and maybe a whole lot more and I'm sure they travel all over the world and share their photos and the stories of those trips  with their friends. So why not take that concept to its logical conclusion by utilizing all that information they are sharing and use it to plan a trip of your own? Roam7 is a travel and review application that helps you choose your next vacation destination based on your friends' recommendations rather than on a travel guide written by 'experts' that you don't know and, more importantly, ...  More

Roam7 Nov 22nd 2012

Get an audio tour of the city you are in

Imagine you have just arrived in a new city, let's say it's Louisville, Kentucky, and you know nothing about the place. What's the first thing you do? Buy a map or a tourist guide? Well you don't have to do that when you have a travel app like this one. SpeakypediaEN is a new way of accessing information about a new place and gives you an audio guide using information from Wikipedia. It's like when you are going around an art gallery and you want all the guff on the artworks. Just plug in and connect with the Internet and you will have hands free information on your iOS as to where you are ...  More

SpeakypediaEN Nov 18th 2012

Use Facebook to geolocalize your hunt for those Louboutin shoes

One of the big problems with new startups is that, even though the developers have come up with a brilliant concept, the app really can't take off without having plenty of members to input information. Quite often, an app really won't hit it's straps until a year or so into its life - if it lasts that long. With Facearound you don't get that problem because it is directly tied to Facebook and draws on a lot of their members' information while encouraging its own members to get involved too. What this iOS app does it to geolocate all the interesting bars, restaurants and shops around you ...  More

Facearound Nov 17th 2012

One of the great travel apps just got even better

We ran a review of this excellent travel app a few months ago but since it has just been seriously updated with some eye popping new features we thought it deserved a further mention. Go Pro Traveling have just launched an exciting, unique and very cool bunch of new features including one that takes your maps LIVE. Now, when you create a travel map, it is transformer into an animated map so you can physically see exactly the route you need to take and it does this without the use of any Flash technology. Add this to the bold new interface and another feature that lets your friends ...  More

Go Pro Travelling Oct 19th 2012

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

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