We often have many things to do on a business trip. Therefore, we recommend several apps that will help you plan your route and keep track of your tasks.
Google Maps will help you avoid getting lost on your way to a meeting. Google Maps will display your route even if you lose Internet connectivity.
International travelers will find the Oanda currency convertor useful. This application lets you convert currencies using the most current exchange rates.
Hopper will tell you when you can fly and when you should buy. The app tracks your route and will notify you when the lowest price is available.
AwardWallet allows you to track your loyalty programs. You can view your frequent flyer miles and your hotel points from one application. Even if you don’t have Internet access, you can still check your balance.
Get real-time status updates for any commercial flight anywhere in the world. FlightAware lets you keep track of your flight, and alerts you if you experience delays or changes.
Skype allows you to communicate with friends and family abroad without having to pay a penny. If you need to arrange a meeting, it is possible to hold a videoconference with up to 10 people.
Skyscanner’s travel fare aggregator will help you find the best flight deals for your trip. This application contains information from multiple travel agency and airline websites, so you can get the best price.
You can download Uber to get a ride anywhere you want, even if you don’t own a car. You don’t need to carry cash as the charges are charged directly to your credit card.
TripIt will compile an itinerary for your hotel, flight, car rental, and restaurant reservations.
SeatGuru lets you find the perfect seat and get real-time updates on flight status. You can avoid any unpleasant surprises by reading reviews and looking at the photos.
Google Translate is a great tool to avoid embarrassing situations when you travel abroad and don’t know the language. It can translate any text into over 100 languages.
Don’t panic if you haven’t yet booked a hotel. HotelTonight can search for last-minute hotel deals up until 7 days in advance.
BestParking can help you find parking spaces in garages or secure parking in 160 cities across the US if you’re traveling by car. It’s best to research the situation before you make a reservation.
Concur is the best option if you are worried about expenses on business trips. Concur allows you to take photos of receipts and import charges for your credit card, as well as edit expenses in the application. It can be linked to Tripit so that you can keep all of your expenses and itineraries in one place.
To access VIP lounges at airports, you don’t need to be a frequent traveler. LoungeBuddy lets you view and reserve tickets for participating lounges all over the globe, all for a single fee.
Airbnb is a great alternative to traditional hotels. You can search for and reserve rooms, apartments, and houses right from the app. To find the best accommodation for you, take a look at reviews from other customers.
Rome2rio will help you find the fastest and most affordable way to get you through a difficult journey.
WhatsApp calls and instant messaging allow you to stay in touch with your family and friends. To communicate with multiple people simultaneously, you can create group conversations.
You don’t want to lose all of your work. Evernote allows you to easily organize and write notes even when you aren’t at your desk. To access your notes at any time, you can sync Evernote across all of your devices.
Slack allows you to quickly communicate with coworkers if you aren’t able to read through all your emails. You can send private or group messages to your coworkers in real-time, and also share and edit documents.
ClassPass allows you to visit local gyms and not have to sign up for a membership. You can access local studios and gyms through their credit system. ClassPass Flex allows you to sign-up for classes in other cities while you’re on the road, provided you don’t use more than half your credit in your home town each month.
Google Drive allows you to keep all of your work together, instead of distributing them around. Google Drive allows you to share and edit these documents with colleagues, and stores any modifications instantly.
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