Travel App of the Week: Pro HDR

Pro HDR

I just returned from beautiful Alberta, Canada and while I was there I met up with one my travel colleagues and award-winning photographer Gary Arndt (you can follow him on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest). While we were having dinner, we stepped outside to take a picture of the sunset. We both pulled out our […]

Travel App of the Week: PhotoRepost

PhotoRepost

Do you love thumbing through photos on Instagram but wish the platform would let you share your favorites with your friends? With PhotoRepost (formerly InstaRepost), now you can. PhotoRepost allows you to easily repost Instagram photos and videos, and the best part (besides it being free) is that it automatically gives a credit as well as […]

Travel App of the Week: Genius Scan

Genius Scan

Ever need to scan documents when you’re not near a fax, printer, scanner, or business center? Genius Scan, a free app available on iOS and Android, can help. With Genius Scan, you can simply snap a picture of a document and then send the PDF file wherever you like by email—and just like that, you’ll have a digital version of the […]

Travel App of the Week: AllTrails

AllTrails

Do you love to go hiking in the woods when you travel? If so, you’ll love the free AllTrails app for iPhone and Android as it has 50,000+ trail guides spread across the U.S. and Canada. Over 1.5 million people use it, and so it’s easy to find trails near you for all different fitness levels—all with reviews from other users. […]

Travel App of the Week: Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision

Everyone I know is fascinated by New York (I am too), which is why I just updated my Top Five New York City Travel Tips story. One of the updates was the addition of Tunnel Vision, a new app that was created as a NYU graduate thesis project. To activate Tunnel Vision, all you have to do is […]

Travel App of the Week: Tennis Buddy

Tennis Buddy

You can pretty much find an app for everything these days. Here’s a cool one that will help you stay in shape and on top of your tennis game at home and when you travel. Tennis Buddy is a location-based app that connects tennis players with others in the area, filtering by age, gender, distance and […]

Travel App of the Week: Swarm

Swarm

Do you use Foursquare when you travel? If so—and maybe even if not—you’re probably aware that the location-based check-in app just split in two. Well, if you want to continue to check in and find nearby friends, you should download Swarm (as regular Foursquare will now be a competitor to Yelp). As this Business Insider article explains, Swarm is […]

Travel App of the Week: WordLens

WordLens

WordLens is a brilliant app that translates printed words from one language to another using only your smartphone’s video camera, in real time. And you don’t need to be connected to a network! That’s the good news. The bad news is it’s not cheap as it costs $4.99 for an entire language. Right now you […]