Travel APPS that every traveler may need

Travelers trust their smartphones more than ever when planning a vacation or going on vacation. Travel apps are not only a source of inspiration, but are also very useful for booking and managing - it is even possible to make restaurant reservations or find the perfect fitness class wherever you are in the world.
Hopper helps travelers find the cheapest flights and can really save you some money if your dates aren't fixed. Once you have entered your hometown and desired destination, Hooper will show you a calendar of the coming year with color-coded dates to reflect historical price averages. If you prefer to book your flight and hotel in the same place, you can also book accommodations via the app. is mainly used to book flights, but it also takes care of all your basic travel bookings: flight, hotel, car rental, even activities and tours. The app provides useful information about destinations and even airports and tells you how to find lounges, ATMs and luggage storage during a long layover.
You can use to make, view or change reservations and access your reward status and activity. The best way to navigate is to use the app to search for ideas.
Hotel tonight
A dream for last-minute travelers, Hotel Tonight offers you the option of booking the same evening or up to seven days before your stay. Available hotel rooms are divided into categories such as simple, luxurious, charming and high-roller, and the app offers fantastic last minute rates. There are also useful features such as being able to save favorite hotels and browse reviews and user-generated photos.
Hilton HHonors
The Hilton HHonors app has a 'choose your room' feature and you can see a map of the hotel layout and tap the exact room you want when you check in through the app.
Use the Airbnb app to book rental properties instead of hotels. After entering your destination and dates, you can filter results based on house type, price, amenities required and more - and for those last minute trips, you can only search for properties that don't require prior approval. If you find something you like, you can book directly through the app.
TripIt makes your travel routes and documents clearer by keeping them organized in one place. You can set your reservations to be automatically sent to TripIt so you can view travel confirmations, flight routes, tickets, hotel and Airbnb booking information, rental car reservations, ferry tickets and directions without leaving the app.
Road trippers
Perfect for organizing that epic road trip you've always wanted to take, Roadtrippers not only plan your driving route but also let you book hotels and activities. The app is especially useful for finding interesting and off-the-beaten-path attractions along the way, as well as cool restaurants and must-see landmarks to bookmark.
The app shows what to bring based on the duration of your trip, the weather at your destination, and any activities you plan along the way. If you have access to laundry facilities at your destination, PackPoint even allows you to wash your clothes and wear them multiple times. Download and install the app, type the city you are visiting and include your travel details.
Google translate
With Google Translate, you can do it all: translate into many languages ​​by typing and access nearly 60 languages ​​offline. You can use handwriting in many languages. And two-way direct voice translation is available in 32 languages. Google Translate is also easy to use, with icons at the top you can click to draw, take a photo, speak or type.
For travelers with friends, family members, or just to split costs across groups, Tricount calculates shared costs and divides bills so you don't have to think twice about who owes what. Just enter your travel and currency and invite your travel companions to join your trip. Every time someone pays for something, you enter the amount in Tricount and the app evenly distributes everything. At the end of your trip, you will see the balance of who owes what, making it easy to pay at the end.