Expense Manager Travel apps

Not just another travel guide

Just what the world needs, you say? Another travel guide application? Well, to my mind there can't be enough of them and Tripomatic for iPhone is one of the best. It's a comprehensive guide that you keep in your pocket that gives you information galore when visiting a new city and helps you figure out the best things to see. Create a custom itinerary for the city you want to visit and let Tripomatic do the rest and present you with places, photos and recommendations and it's all completely free.   Imagine visiting an unknown city for the first time and figure out what’s worth ...  More

Tripomatic for iPhone May 11th 2012

A travel blog thats Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram all rolled into one

HipGeo is a travel journal and blog application that was given the accolade of "Most Promising Travel Tech for 2012" by the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler Magazine. Now when I saw this award given my eyes lit up because, let's face it, the world can't have too many travel apps. So how did Hip Geo grab the headlines? By providing a great looking free trip journal and travel diary which keeps all your useful travel information in one place - on your smartphone.   You will find plenty of great travel blogs and guides reviewed in FeedMyApp with apps like Tripl, Exploguide and Know What ...  More

HipGeo May 6th 2012

A travelog for your airport

Let's face it, airports really don't have a reputation for fun places to go in search of a good time. The only people who enjoy the experience of expensive food, long walks to terminals, high security and jewelry that you don't want are planespotters and small children. Airport Chatter is a new social travel application that gives you the opportunity to discover just what your airport has to offer in terms of amenities, services and shopping and where to find it.   Airports in general are not really people friendly places although I'm sure that the people who design them think they ...  More

Airport Chatter Apr 10th 2012

Avoid traffic jams with this useful travel app

Everybody hates traffic jams. Some of us would sell our Grandmothers' to avoid them. Our cities are being clogged by too many cars on roads that have often seen better days. What's Traffic is travel application for Android that will take the heat off your Grandmother. It's an easy-to-use traffic app that let's you see what's happening with the traffic surrounding you enabling you to take better travel decisions and avoid those hot spots that will hold you up.   If you hate traffic snarl ups as much as the rest of us this easy-to-use app will help you instantly understand the ...  More

What's Traffic Apr 3rd 2012

On the spot tips for trips

Have I told you how much I love travel guides? TripFlick is a ruthlessly efficient free next generation guide for android that doesn't give you heaps of irrelevant information about flower shows and the city's secret nightlife. Some of us might actually prefer that kind of information but TripFlick doesn't go down that route and just concentrates on the important stuff. It does, however, add a rather intuitive side by offering you personalized recommendations based on other users' experiences and geared to your personal preferences.   TripFlicks considers that travelers face enough ...  More

TripFlick Mar 31st 2012

Keep track of your kids or employees

Wanna know where your employees or your kids are at any time of the day or night? Mobile Track is a travel and time tracking app for Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile where you can track everybody who works for you, visiting VIP's and even your children or vulnerable adults wherever they are in the world. Here is the next generation of time tracking technology and one that takes the place of 'black box' car installations which has been fine up till now but only works properly when your subject is in the vehicle.   Mobile Track is Crystal Ball's innovative mobile phone tracking ...  More

Mobile Track Mar 16th 2012

Get on the local grapevine

Roamz was featured as one of the Australian Business Review Weekly's top 10 start ups to watch recently. It's a clever little real time application for your mobile that shows the user completely up-to-date information of what's going on in your local area. It does this by gathering, collating and curating information from the social side of the Internet and delivering it to you based on your particular interests and preferences.   Roamz is a free iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch app that makes sense of social media noise in real time to show users up-to-date information about what is ...  More

Roamz Mar 6th 2012

A simple expenses management tool that you will actually use

We have reviewed many expense and money tracking apps in the last few weeks -  Budget With Back In Black, My Weekly Budget and In-Ex Finance to name just three - it must be a sign of the times. The fact is, with over 80% of Americans stressed about their personal finances, it's probably time that you took matters into your own hands and organized your finances a little better. Spentable is a very fast and efficient expense tracker that you will more than likely use. It's a simple and user-friendly iPhone and Android app that will help you budget your money just a little bit better. ...  More

Spentable Mar 4th 2012

A worldwide price comparison for travelers

I had a conversation with an American friend recently who was curious about the price of various items in Sydney Australia. She had read in the paper that Sydney is now considered one of the most expensive cities in the world and wondered if it were true. Rather than relying on trying to remember how much I paid for a can of coke from a supermarket or how much a movie ticket costs I should have just put her onto Eardex where she could compare prices on all sorts of everyday items. This free travel guide application gives you a pretty good idea of how much similar items cost the world over. ...  More

Eardex - The Earth Index Feb 22nd 2012

Stuff you dont get in your usual travel guide

First up, let me say that I love travel guides and Know What looks to me like a great one. This handsome looking travel application for iPhone gathers together some of the US's most creative and cleverest people along with some of the best travel websites to present some of the things that make our cities so unique and loved. It serves as a virtual insider's guide to San Francisco and Los Angeles (with New York, Chicago, Boston, Portland and Seattle coming soon) showing you all the things you might not get in your regular travel guide as well as the things you do.   Know What is a ...  More

Know What Feb 19th 2012

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