RoadNinja is billed as the ultimate interstate travel app since it supposedly helps you find great savings on food, lodging and attractions at upcoming exits. Travelers can tap the promotions icon to learn about specials and savings, and access twitter feeds from all chains within a three mile radius. You can also snap photos and share reviews with your friends on Facebook or check into FourSquare in just one click. (Free for Apple and Android devices)

Johnny Jet

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2 Comments On "App of the Week: RoadNinja"
  1. janedwellable|

    Love this app! It’s really the only one you need on a road trip.

  2. Hunter|

    Thanks for the app idea, Johnny. I will be taking about a week off from my work at DISH to take my kids on a road trip, and we could use all the help we can get; I will definitely be checking out RoadNinja before we go. There’s another great app that we use all the time which should be great for the trip. It’s called DISH Anywhere, and it streams all of our live and recorded entertainment from our DVR to our phone/tablet over 3g, 4g, or WIFI. It should be a good way to entertain the kids when we get to the endless oceans of corn driving through Kansas.

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