8 Essential Family Travel Apps

Ensuring your next family vacation is fun and safe!


Regardless of if you’re family is driving across the continental U.S. or booking a Caribbean cruise, there are numerous travel apps on hand to help you book airline tickets, find hotels, decide on a restaurant, navigate foreign road signs, and even plan your entire vacation itinerary.

There are literally thousands of travel apps out there, but the following eight travel apps are must haves for families in my books. How do I know this? Because my husband and I downloaded them on our very own T-mobile used cell phones and tested them out on our last family vacation—with flying colors I might add…

1. TripAdvisor (Free – for Android and iPhone)

If you’re thinking of booking a hotel or cruise, but just aren’t sold on the website, check out what other travelers who’ve been there have to say. The TripAdvisor app features firsthand, no holds barred reviews, photos, and opinions about hotels, tour companies, attractions, and restaurants. I’ve used TripAdvisor in the past for their relatively reliable, honest reviews (you have to be cautious of fake reviews) of hotels, resorts, and tours before booking various family vacations. And you know what? This app has saved me money and headaches associated with poorly planned travel.

2. Roadtrip Bingo ($0.99 – for iPhone)

If you’re heading on a road trip—by train, bus, or automobile—you’d better have more than a few Disney movies in your arsenal of kids’ entertainment. The Roadtrip Bingo app is a travel specific app that features interactive games. For instance, kids become interactive with their surroundings via road signs, vehicles, animals, etc. Not only will they actually learn something on the journey; they’ll be entertained for hours!

3. TripIt (Free – for Android)

The TripIt app is a lifesaver as far as organizing your travels goes! I’ve used it on various occasions—for both work travel and family vacations. Most often, when you plan a vacation, you end up booking air travel, hotel, car, and travel excursions all from different providers. TripIt takes all of your travel information and organizes it in one handy intuitive itinerary so all of the information is at your finger tips when you need it. You can also share TripIt travel itineraries between business partners and family members so everyone is on the same page!

4. My Little Suitcase (Free – for Android and iPhone)

Family vacations are all about getting the kids involved in the travel action. So why not get them involved in the planning aspects as well? With the My Little Suitcase app, young children get to pack a virtual suitcase (game) with essential travel items, depending on their travel destination (i.e., swim suits and beach balls for beach vacations or binoculars and hiking boots for a rain forest adventure).

5. Yelp (Free – for Android and iPhone)

If you’re looking for the real scoop on restaurants, bars, shopping, or tourist traps waiting for you at your next travel destination then the Yelp app doesn’t disappoint. This app offers firsthand reviews on all of the above. You can search by category (i.e., if you’re looking for a dinner option) and even narrow your search by type (i.e., family eatery, fast food), distance from your hotel (with handy navigational maps), and price point.

6. SitOrSquat – Restroom Finder (Free – for iPhone)

If you travel with kids, it seems that you’re always scrambling to find a bathroom. The SitOrSquat app will point you to the nearest public restroom using the GPS tool on your smart phone. Believe me when I say that this toilet-finding app will be your best ally in a foreign city.

7. Google Maps (Free – for Android and iPhone)

With the Google Maps app you can be confident that your family will never get lost on vacation. This app uses satellite views of your location and lets you navigate unexplored destinations for tourist attractions, shopping, local hot spots, restaurants, and always keeps you on track!

8. Word Lens (Free – for Android and iPhone)

Take the linguistic confusion and danger out of travel with the Word Lens app. This app lets you use the camera in your smart phone to take a photo of foreign signs and provides English translations. You can probably understand the importance of understanding signs that point to things like high tides, sharks, military zones, and falling debris. So even if you don’t speak the language, Word Lens ensures that you travel safely.


Bio: Rachel Barnard is a self-confessed shopaholic and contributing writer for Style Cynics, a site featuring fashion tips and the hottest styles as well as a dose of Hollywood gossip and celebrity buzz.


  1. Thank you so much. We have a trip planned in October 6hr car ride. I love using my cell phone for help.

  2. Taryn Pasco says:

    These Apps Are Incredible! Seeing As We Live In Tennessee & Are Originally From Michigan, These Apps Could Be Something Interesting On That Boring 8 Hour Drive Home To Visit! Thank You!!! :)

  3. Kristy Bodle says:

    Very good information. I am going to save this next time my family goes on a trip.

    Kristy Bodle

  4. Jan Messali says:

    Google Maps is a must, Roadside Bingo sounds fun… but the Restroom Finder is my favorite! I can’t even count how many times I could have used that! Thanks.

  5. Kathy Stuit says:

    Great post! I didn’t know of most of these travel tip apps. I can not wait to use some of them on our next big family trip! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Shandi Naugle says:

    I love these tips! They make me feel so much safer about traveling with my family this year:)

  7. I love Trip advisor. I didn’t know they had an app. Downloaded!!! Thanks for sharing

  8. I thought I left a comment on here but maybe I didn’t save it . Anyway, I love Trip Advisor and just got their app thanks to your review

  9. Nicole Lapierre says:

    Oh I will definitely check out Road Trip Bingo! I remember playing that on sheets of paper my mom made up for us! My kiddo will love it on all the long drives we do.

  10. I will have to add these for when I have my nieces and nephews in the car. They always get so bored so quickly in the car. I can’t wait to try some of these apps on our tablet and iPhone!!

  11. Thank you for the app suggestions. I love using my phone when traveling (I am not the driver)

  12. This is great info! I love using TripAdvisor when I am planning trips so I am wxcited to hear that I can download their App.

  13. I always use the travel app to find out the directions on where I am going and how to get there. Thanks for the post

  14. Anna Johnson says:

    great info, saved link,love that there are apps for it free :)

  15. Samara Overturff says:

    I love this! Thank you so much for the review of the apps! I am definitely using these the next time my family and I go on a trip.

  16. SWEET! Thanks for this list of apps and tips! We travel once a year to Arizona from WA and I know that don’t seem very far BUT with the kids and the long car ride and then the sudden tired syndrome that seems to always hits us these apps will sure come to be of some great use to our family during our travels this Thanksgiving year of 2012 and I hope many more to come! Thanks for posting this I enjoyed it!

  17. Road trip bingo sounds fun for all of us! I will totally use that next time we drive to the beach!

  18. Thank you for this post! Definitely gave me some good info for future vacations with the family!!

  19. anne brooks says:

    Thank you so much for the great information. I have used trip advisor but didnt know about the rest of them.

  20. PinkyPlatz says:

    I’ve used some of the free review apps and, I agree, you have to be careful of fake reviews. If they are glowing, that’s a clue. It’s rare to find a hotel without any problems whatsoever. Thanks for the giveaway!

  21. I was just trying to convince my friend that an iPad would be great for her parents since they travel so much. There are so many great apps you can get while on the road. And if you don’t get them ahead of time, just use free WiFi at the hotel, McD’s, etc! When we went to Cape Cod over the summer, we were always using apps, for everthing from hiking to tide charts to maps.

  22. What awesome apps, I didn’t even know that some of these exsisted! Can’t wait to plan my family’s next vacation just so I can try them out (might have to plan a dry run just for fun :D). Thanks for sharing!

  23. Yelp is something I use even when I am not traveling. I mostly use it for the reviews on restaurants! Thank you for the awesome post. I will definitely be using some of the other ones.

  24. This is such an awesome compilation of Apps and is great to have for all our traveling needs. Thank you for sharing!

  25. Thanks for the app list I down loaded the one from Charmin. I need this for myself LOL, I’m always trying to find a restroom.

  26. I always use Trip Advisor whenever we are planning a trip! I have heard of some of the others like Yelp, but I mainly use Trip Advisor, it’s a great site/app!!

  27. jamie tucker says:

    wow thank you for the awesome tips on the apps. my son has my old phone and he loves to play with it. i think i like the roadtrip bingo the best. This will be very entertaining for him.

    tuckersaver at hotmail dot com

  28. Nena Sinclair says:

    These apps would be extremely helpful, thanks so much for sharing! I love that most of them are free, too!

  29. These apps will work real well when we go on a family vacation next year and celebrate our anniversary in another state as well.

  30. haha – how did we ever manage road trips without these?!
    i use google maps aplenty, but i still print out directions and carry a road atlas just like i’ve been doing on every road trip since 1997 :-D
    you know what they say about old habits, yadda yadda :-)

  31. Barbara Mayes says:

    Really good information, makes me really want a smartphone now. I am going to bookmark this page for our next family vacation! :-P

  32. Judy Bradley says:

    Thanks for sharing these good travel tips – apps. I have never been much of one for using all this stuff, but the one I do like is the restroom finder! LOL We made frequent stops for restroom breaks when we traveled – we spent a whole month traveling once with 7 kids aged 10yrs to 10 mos. We had a great time. We pulled our fold-down camper and really loved it. Many shorter trips once we had all 10 kids and they always helped plan the trip, activities, schedules, etc. and even each contributed some of the cost. We had a family bank we all put funds into and that with dad’s vacation check, paid for our fun!

  33. I think I might download the roadtrip bingo for myself! That sounds fun! :)

  34. Laurie Harrison says:

    The sit or squat app name cracks me up. I reckon it would point us to a tree here in Wyoming. Bathrooms are very few and far between. Thanks for all these great tips. You really did your homework!

  35. Kristi Wolff says:

    Trip Advisor totally saved our family vacation! We were able to get good, honest reviews on the places we stayed and each of them was spot on. We really loved the restaurant application – it was a great way to find the places off the beaten path!

  36. marthalynn says:

    What a great round-up! The TripIt! app sounds especially helpful. It can be stressful trying to keep track of all of your different reservations and confirmations when you’re traveling. Thanks for the good info!

  37. Terri Betz says:

    I use some of these already! Love what technology can do for me! We love all things electronic! Will have to check some of the other ones out, but I also highly recommend Yelp! :) Thanks for the education!

  38. I remember playing Roadtrip Bingo as a kid, and the updated version sounds fun. But the Restroom Finder is the best idea since sliced bread!

  39. We might have to download the TripIt for our next family vacation! I’ll be sure to bring it up to the hubby when he gets home from work tonight! Thank you!

  40. Mike Davis says:

    Great ideas, we do google, and we do a road bingo with out the phone app,the great technology is out there, if you have the means to have them– learning to read a map– has beenn an important home school lesson for all our kids, really like the bathroom finder– thanks for all the tips.

  41. nicole lewis says:

    thanks for all the app information, it will come in handy on our next car trip

  42. I think my favorite app would have to be sit or squat the restroom finder thats awesome. Especially is you are traveling with children.

  43. Cynthia Teer says:

    app will find you the nearest bathroom? I’ll have to try that one.

  44. Thanks so much for posting this. My kids would definitely love to pack their own virtual suitcase =)

  45. Maggie Villella says:

    These apps would have come in handy during our trip to the beach a month ago! Especially that sit or squat restroom finder app!

  46. we have an ipad and use both google maps and trip advisor. i must say they are great apps and trip advisor has definitely helped us and at times ended up being the reason for a hotel switch.

  47. Thanks for these great tips will definitely help with planning our next trip

  48. teresa koedyker says:

    I love the trip it for android. Its has been a great tool to have. Thank you very much for all your helpful.

  49. Michelle.A. says:

    We are about to go on a family trip. These tips are really helpful! Thank you

  50. Whoa you did some step by step stuff there! That’s fabulous. Extremely informative. You did a great job, and if you don’t mind I think I’ll you this as a check point.When we go on vacation we usually drive too & we always use our GPS. Right now I’m trying to figure out how to update it. GOOGLE…. silly me. I better get that done while it’
    s on my mind. Have a great weekend & thanks for sharing.

  51. These apps recommendations are great! I have used some of them but i hadn’t heard of TripIt app which i’m now downloading for our next vacation! I love that it’s free and works for Android too :) I like my little suitcase app too as it gets kids involved as well. Thanks for the great post! very helpful :)

  52. I never knew some of these apps existed. I will definitely try some of these on my next long trip

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  53. Tonya Fullenkamp says:

    I love the one that finds restroom with the iphone app. I’m emailing this to myself for next time we travel. Thank you for the tips!

  54. Wow – thanks for all the great information. The thing to keep in mind with Google Maps, though (and any similar thing), is that they can be really out of date. I lived in a neighborhood that was built 2 years before I moved there, and as of 2 years later when I moved out, it still wasn’t showing up on Google Maps. Also, while the technology-based entertainment is great, I still love playing “Cows” on trips (where you each have a side of the road to count cows on, but whoever sees a cemetary first – no matter what side – can “bury” the other person’s cows, lol. I know, kinda creepy, but lets you see the scenery, too). Thanks for sharing!

  55. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    I’ve never heard of ANY of those but great ideas! I remember being a kid on long trips and all we had was eye spy! There really is an app for everything.

  56. I’m hopeful that my family will be able to take a vacation next year. Thank you for listing some travel apps that should help make the planning process a little easier. I sincerely appreciate it.

  57. rachel rohde says:

    Thanks for this list. We have used some of these apps and they helped us so much.

  58. rachel rohde says:

    Thanks for this list. We have used some of these apps and they helped us so much.i will have to try some of the new apps out.

  59. rochelle haynes says:

    I wish that I could travel very nice!!

  60. Sara ashlock says:

    I totally agree with using google maps!! Any other maps Ive used seem to have flaws or are not very accurate!

  61. I am definitely using these next time we go on vacation/staycation. It’s so crazy all the apps they have, there’s one for everything. Great review, very helpful!!

  62. MistyWOsborne says:

    I use Google Map all the time. You have listed a few apps I would like to try out when we go out of town. Can’t wait!!!!

  63. julie clement says:

    Thanks for the tips, I love the free apps for android and will use them when I plan my next trip!

  64. chelesa sims says:

    Thanks for the tips and the apps .I never knew these exsisted. I made a joke to my husband, he was look for something and i said there is an app for that LOL .It seems like nowadays there is an app for everything. These really sound like fantastic apps .We are always looking for things like hotels and travel related things when we get there and hardly plan ahead .We just go

  65. We usually use Google maps, both at home for trip planning and while on the road from our phones. The My Little Suitcase app looks like something the grands would get a kick out of, though, so I’ll have to give that one a try!

  66. tiffany dover says:

    This is some great info! Thank you, it was much needed!

  67. I can’t wait to try some of these apps for my next trip.

  68. Patricia Williams says:

    I wish these apps would have been around when my kids were small. The bathroom finder wouldve been a blessing. I am bookmarking this page for my daughter who has 3 kids 4 and under.

  69. i do not use thsi i have aaa and they usally book our trip and then get discount and then if you are disabled you get discount two

  70. Michelle F. says:

    Great tips. I love yelp and rarely go anywhere with reading their reviews first.

  71. These are all such great ideas, thankfully we have access to all this great technology nowadays. I love the sounds of the my little suitcase app!

  72. Angie Adelman says:

    I thank you for telling me about all of those programs for the phones….I did not know they had them..You tips are great and do help to ensure a safe and happy trip.

  73. Natosha Zachary says:

    I use Trip Adviser and Yelp already, but thanks for the new ones to try!

  74. Arlene M Whitfield says:

    WOW! Great info! I love all the apps! Will def use this info (saved the link) for our next trip! Thanks so much!

  75. Holly Robinson says:

    Cool! This is my first app on my phone now :) I’m glad to hear how useful it’s going to be!

  76. Sylvia Ortiz says:

    Very interesting and extremely helpful travel apps. Thanks for the great post!

  77. Jennifer Ingram says:

    Thank you for the tip about the android application will defiantly be using this the next time we travel will come in handy even when were flying.

  78. sarah teliz says:

    thanks for the information. didnt know i can get some of this apps for free. my husband totally needs them when we are on roadtrips!

  79. Melissa Leinart says:

    Thanks for the information. I am definitely going to download some of these apps.

  80. Thanks for the tips. I’ve been a TripAdvisor reviewer for many years. I always read the reviews on their website before booking a hotel or visiting an attraction.

  81. Thanks, I have most of them but not the sit or squat one. That is really something we need because sometimes there is so many miles in between rest areas you don’t know what to do. lol

  82. Becky Jordan-Tracey says:

    This is so helpful! I didn’t realize how many different features some of them have!

  83. Gina Lambert says:

    You are so right about these apps! I never knew how amazing they were and thought everyone was a little Android crazy until I got my first Android Phone and my 1st Ipod, both this year. Now I don’t know what I ever did without them! Great review

  84. I love google maps. I am going to add sit and squat. Love that one. Thanks for sharing.

  85. Jennifer Johansen says:

    I can’t wait til I get something I can use apps on! :P

  86. Aggy Texeira says:

    I think the sit or squat app sound hilarious yet very very handy! Lol! And word lense seems like a light saving tool! Will have to pin thus got future reference ^_^ Thanks much!

  87. Thank you for the travel tips, game for Iphone sounds grate i will get that, and the bathroom finding application is a big +

  88. Melissa Davis says:

    I really enjoyed reading your tips. We rarely go very far when we travel but plan to visit Norther California to see relatives sometime in the near future. Driving all that way (from Texas) with kids in the car every little bit of help is appreciated! Can’t wait to try all the cool apps!

  89. Road Trip Bingo sounds really neat especially with kids!! And those other apps for organizing your trip and finding the best deal, awesome! I will have to check them out when I get my new iphone in November so we can use them next summer on what ever trip we take! Thanks for this post!

  90. These apps make me wish I had a smartphone not a “dumb” phone that doesn’t do anything much outside of calls and text. I wonder if the Android apps would work on a Nook Color. Has anyone tried this with success?

  91. Kaeli hines says:

    How cool is the sit or squat? That just seems genius to have a potty finder app, not only with kids but since I am pregnant! I also like the car trip bingo, I’d play that as an adult!

  92. Nicole Davis says:

    I love all the free apps. They will really come in handy next time we go to Colorado.

  93. Christina Strapp says:

    Thank you for this post!! I will have to download those apps if we travel anywhere.

  94. jamie braun says:

    Thanks for the tips! We’re in the digital era now! As a kid I remeber the only thing we had to do on long trips was play I Spy….& getting lost..but not in this day & age

  95. Teresa M. says:

    This is a great article full of information for safe travel as well as making traveling with children more enjoyable for everyone. I have used Trip Advisor in the past and have been very happy with the results.

  96. Teresa M. says:

    I think this is a great post on ideas for safe travel that I hadn’t thought of before. I know about Trip Advisor and MapQuest but had not thought of the others. Thank you.

  97. christina kunze says:

    Thanks for the great ideas for safe travel ! Never heard of trip advisor thank you for the great post! Downloading Trip Advisor App on my phone right now, we have a family trip planned in december that app might come in handy. Thanks again!

  98. Thanks for the information! I’ll be sure to share it with my husband, he’s the tekkie in the family!

  99. Shakeeta W says:

    Thanks for posting this list!! I never truly realized how different it is traveling with kids until we did it with my daughter! I don’t even want to think about doing it now with 2 kids!

  100. sharon winne says:

    I have never heard of the sit or squat app. I don’t have a I Phone I have android. I have to see if their is a similiar app to use..I have been in some really nasty restrooms and this would be great!

  101. Karina Lee says:

    thanks for the suggestions

  102. Great travel tips. Every little bit helps. Sometimes I forget things especially when I have zillion other things on my mind.

  103. These are always great apps to have while traveling. It makes going on a vacation run a lot smoother.

  104. Pamela Halligan says:

    We’re planning a trip to Disney World in a few months, so these apps will definitely come in handy, especially Yelp and SitorSquat.

  105. This is a great list of travel apps, the app store is so packed with junk it is hard to find anything useful so this list is extremely useful.

  106. krista grandstaff says:

    These are fantastic :) I like knowing how to find these specifically, because some of the ones ( that looked similar) that I already have are pretty much useless and just advertisements :( Thanks so much for sharing these!!!!

  107. Andrea Byrne says:

    when ever we travel we always check trip advisor for reviews!

  108. Great list of Apps! They do come in handy while traveling!


  110. I would like the Trip Advisor and yelp to see what others say about a particular destination. Thanks for sharing the apps.

  111. Whitw Haven Beach looks to ne a beautiful place. It would have too be 100 for me to be there!

  112. Kathy Idol says:

    I will enjoyed reading this. I am going to use some of the apps. for our next outting. My wonderful husband needs these.

  113. Another useful app is called Hotel Tonight. It will give you last minute rates on local hotels. Not ideal for the person who plans ahead but great for when you need last minute reservations for a hotel and wanna save.

  114. Love these I’d never heard of Roadtrip Bingo or the World Lens both are great ideas!

  115. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    Roadtrip Bingo sounds really interesting and what a cool idea. I don’t know much about creating apps…ok, I don’t know anything about creating them but I imagine something like this must be challenging!

  116. Kimberly Davis says:

    I didn’t know about these great apps.

  117. This is a great list of family travel apps. Especially the one for the SitOrSquat – Restroom Finder now that is a good one for me as I always need to take a pit stop LOL
    i like the Road Trip Bingo too , helps keep the kids from getting to bored. Thanks for all details and t info you listed for us travelers

  118. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    I love hearing about different apps that are out there. I don’t have an iphone *sniffle* but it’s cool to know what there is. I love the SitOrSquat – Restroom Finder – how great is that?!

  119. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    The Word Lens App is fantastic. These apps are amazing. It really intrigues me how they can do these things. What a nice reassurance that if I were to travel outside the country, I can still know what the road signs say!

  120. Dana Wales says:

    Awesome list thanks so much for putting it together. We already USE TRIPADVISOR (love it) and SitOr Squat looks great as well as road trip bingo ty!

  121. Lindsay Lee says:

    I haven’t heard of any of these apps before. We are planning on going to Florida for vacation this year so I am going to have to check out these apps.

  122. mary schaible says:

    thank you so much for the information!


  124. Becky Davis says:

    Great information. I will use these tips when I visit my son down in Orlando. I had never heard of the bingo game before but it sounds like fun.

  125. I think I’mhe only persn in the world that doesn’t have an iPhoneor iPad to use Apps. Look at all theamazing things you can do! MyLittle Suitcase is soo cute for little ones! I’d even like to play

  126. Stephanie Foster says:

    I use some of these apps and know that they’ve been a lifesaver.

  127. thank you. i will try these apps.

  128. Thank you for this list. Those apps are really helpful. I’d like to add Tripdeck to the list. It’s like Tripit but I find Tripdeck to be easier and has more options.

  129. I am just beginning to get comfortable using apps; you have some great ones here and any that will help save money on a vacation or help me get there without getting lost would be a great help

  130. Rebekah Mercier says:

    Thanks for the great app ideas. I knew of one or two but not the others. I love learning of new apps.

  131. Rebecca Sinclair says:

    A wonderful list of apps – some that I haven’t even heard about. Thanks for sharing!

  132. Kelvin Justine says:

    This apps is not a gadget part anymore, for me its quite an essential for any traveler. It’s very helpful and compact that you only need to bring all of those in one device unlike in the old times that you carry it in a big bulk behind your back.

  133. Kimberly Davis says:

    I wish I had a phone to get apps like this.

  134. Wonderful idea!!!

  135. Lori Coupons says:


  136. These apps look really beneficial, thanks for sharing. What age range would you say the bingo app is suited for. I have four year old twins and wonder how much it would engage them.

  137. Roadtrip Bingo looks like a lot of fun. Thanks.

  138. Dorothy Boucher says:

    Thank you for the post.. wow very kool, love when someone shares ;)

  139. Thanks for this post- what great travel apps. I’m definitely going to have to download a few of those!

  140. Kimberly Davis says:

    Who knew there were so many helpful Apps.


  142. Great review with many helpful apps. I will be downloading some.

  143. Melissa L. says:

    Thanks for all of the app suggestions. I think the Bingo one sounds fun. :)

  144. Thank you this is very helpful!

  145. Denice Lindsey says:

    These apps will be very helpful Thank You!

  146. Kimberly Davis says:

    Thank you for these apps.

  147. Dorothy Boucher says:

    i guess if you have a phone or tablet of some sort these sure would come in handy, i havn’t reached that far yet to need these still working on why it won’t let me open a instagram account

  148. Great blog post Im always the one Looking for travel apps last min Maybe I can download a few I prefer to be prepared lol

  149. Great blog post Im always the one Looking for travel apps last minute.

    Maybe I can download a few I prefer to be prepared lol

  150. Great blog post These are the apps I look for at the last minute I would prefer to be prepared


  152. I didn’t know that was available. It sure tales the stress out of a long car trip when in an unfamiliar area.

  153. Yani Animuss says:

    Very helpful apps here ! Thank You for sharing them !

  154. Rosanne Morrison says:

    It wasn’t until I read this that I found out there is actually an App to find the restrooms. Perfect when traveling with children.

  155. great info thanks so much

  156. Thanks! Very useful information! :)

  157. Alana Vester says:

    I will definitely download Word Lens. I’m going to Korea to visit my best friend and this will come in handy so I won’t have to ask what everything is.

  158. I just won an ipod touch! I guess I’ll learn about apps.

  159. Natasha Rodriguez says:

    These are great apps! I cant wait to use them! We travel two days to get to our home state for the summer and the holidays :)

  160. Jayme Hennessy says:

    I have been creating travel bingo cards for each trip that we take. I had no idea that there was an app that I can get to do this for me. I now have a new favorite app. Thank you for putting this list together.

  161. Christina Strapp says:

    Thank you for the information, I will be checking these out.

  162. Michael Lambert says:

    These will probably come in handy, thank you for sharing.

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