Travel App of the Week: Airsleep

Airsleep

Want to be transported to dreamland when you fly? Airsleep is a new free app for iPhones, iPods and iPads that takes the sound of gentle rain, ocean waves, desert wind and more and then blends them with ambient music and slow-wave (sleep frequency) audio to automatically trigger your brain’s “deep sleep” response. Users can […]

Travel App of the Week: TripLingo

TripLingo

I discovered this app walking the tradeshow floor of the GBTA conference last week in San Diego, and it’s brilliant (and should make everyone’s foreign travels that much easier). TripLingo allows you to translate your voice into the local language when you’re traveling. It also teaches you essential phrases, gives you a crash course in […]

Travel App of the Week: History Hero

History Hero

Looking for a way to help your kids get the most out of educational trips, travels and excursions to the world’s top historical sites? History Hero is a new app developed to bring history to life for kids in a fun and interactive way at some of the world’s most history-filled sites and museums. The […]

App of the Week: Vyclone

Vyclone

This has to be one of the coolest apps out there. With Vyclone, you can mix video taken on your phone with video taken by other people filming the same event in an instant. Just shoot something with your friends/family/colleagues and Vyclone does the rest. Once you have the footage, it only takes a few moments […]

App of the Week: Lapse It

Lapse It

Lapse It is a free app that allows you to take the best time-lapse videos with your mobile device. Time-lapse is a photography technique that gives an accelerated view of slowly changing events—events such as movement of clouds, the rising and setting of the sun, a party with your friends, individual activities and anything else […]

App of the Week: MessageMe

MessageMe

MessageMe (website) is a free app that launched a few months ago and created a buzz by generating 1 million users within a week. Why? It’s a text-messaging app, and using it might just mean you’ll never have to pay for another text message again. There are no carrier or network charges, and no international SMS […]

App of the Week: FlyersRights.org

Flyers Rights App

My sister recently found out that she could get $1,300 for being involuntarily kicked off of a flight because the airline oversold it. If she didn’t have me for a brother she could’ve downloaded the FlyersRights.org app to see what her legal rights as a passenger are. You can get the app for $0.99. It […]

App of the Week: American Airlines New iPad App

American Airlines iPad App

American Airlines launched its first ever iPad app. It allows passengers to view their flight details, the ability to make seat changes, check-in, see their elite frequent flier status qualification graphs, displays flight schedules and has a free trivia game called “Know It All” that allows customers with Wi-Fi to compete against other customers – […]