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30 Travel Apps You Need! Aka The Ones You Won’t Delete

By Nadia Carriere |

I’m an app junkie, but I’m also an app removal junkie. If something doesn’t work for me, it’s gone within the same week that I’ve downloaded it. Over the past few years, I’ve downloaded and deleted hundreds of apps, weeding through the baddies and sorting through the goodies to find the ones that are useful. The travel apps you need RIGHT NOW are the ones that will help you in every stage of your travel. During your road trip, layovers at the airport, or walking the streets of New York City. These are your best friends, the ones you won’t be able to live without. If you roam between countries, you’ll really appreciate the map app I mention in the slideshow below, because it allows you to download the maps beforehand, so you don’t need to use up all your data searching for directions from point A to point B. Another will locate all of the attractions, restaurants and must-dos in the area with one tap of your finger. There’s even an app that will translate a sign into English by just taking a picture of it.

I’m not kidding.

These travel apps will make your trip that much more enjoyable. They’ll help you stay organized, save you time, money and a whole lot of hassle. Trust me on this one!

30 Travel Apps You Need! Aka The Ones You Won’t Delete

30 Incredible Travel Apps To Download Before Your Next Trip

These are the ones you won't want to delete. Trust me. 

Photo credit: twicepix/Flickr

Find more of Nadia’s writing on her site Child Mode. You can also find her on Disney Baby and Hip Baby. Love social media? So does she! Follow her daily on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest.

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Nadia Carriere

Nadia Carriere is the founder and editor of Child Mode, a lifestyle, fashion, and family travel site. When she isn’t covering breaking news, writing, or tweeting, Nadia enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family. Read bio and latest posts → Read Nadia's latest posts →

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