Trail Wallet

Travel Apps We Love

Published On February 7, 2013 | By This World Rocks | Recent, Travel Guides
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MapsWithMe Pro

An offline map app.  Amazing. With MapsWithMe free edition you can download full maps for any country in the world and navigate new areas down to the street level in the same way as Google or Apple maps.  The pro edition includes searching (for restaurants, shopping, etc) and bookmarks.  I’ve used the bookmarks feature to pin locations as I get tips from people we talk to.  Its an easy way to remember things we want to see without making someone write it down for you on a napkin (our previous strategy).

MapsWithMe Pro

Trail Wallet

Created by fellow digital nomads from Never Ending Voyage, this app is exactly what we were looking for: an easy way to track daily spending.  Entering a new transaction is simple, just type in the amount with a basic calculator interface, select the local currency  which defaults to your last entry, and select a category, which can be customized in the settings.  Daily and monthly history totals show simple amounts or pie chart views, and can be exported.

Trail Wallet

Trip Advisor City Guides

For our time in Sydney, City Guides is excellent.  Offline access to nearby restaurants, sightseeing activities, and other locations all include photos, descriptions, and reviews just like the full site.  Step-by-step walking guides with maps, photos, and educational descriptions saved us money from hiring a tour guide.

Trip Advisor City Guides

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4 Responses to Travel Apps We Love

  1. sianderin@neverendingvoyage.com' Erin says:

    Thanks for including Trail Wallet in your list! Glad you’ve found it useful. We aimed to make it a quick and easy way to track your expenses.

    I’ll have to check out those city guides too. Cheers for the tip.

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  3. iceman131681@gmail.com' Jason W. says:

    Check out the TROVER app. I read about it from WanderingEarl, whom I assume you’ve read, and it’s basically a crowd sourced city guide.

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