12 Best Travel Apps for Better Vacations With Less Work

Traveling is supposed to be fun, but it can also be time-consuming and overwhelming. The travel checklist can feel endless, from packing to booking flights, dealing with airports, and finding suitable hotels.

We'll cover everything from destination reviews and travel insurance to making money online while traveling. Check it out below!



1. Trip Advisor

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Tripadvisor is a great resource when planning your next getaway. You can book flights, hotels, and restaurants through the site. In addition, it has reviews from travelers who have been there before, which makes it easy to see what's worth doing at your destination.

It's not an app, but with World Nomads Insurance, you can get quick, affordable travel coverage at your fingertips – no matter where you are in the world. Enter your travel plans and choose your coverage.

2. World Nomads Insurance

3. The Weather Channel App

The Weather Channel App is a must-have for any traveler. It's best to be aware of what to expect weather-wise when traveling so you can pack accordingly and not risk getting caught in an unexpected storm!


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4. The Google Translate App The Google Translate App is a lifesaver when traveling to a new place and not reading or speaking the language. The app has improved over the years and is simple to use.

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5. Money App

Using the app is simple. Download the app for iOS or Android, sign up, and earn credits for completing tasks. Tasks can include watching videos, completing surveys, mystery shopping, etc.

The Currency App is best for when you need to convert currencies on the go. It has all major and minor currencies, it updates automatically so that your conversions are always accurate (no dealing with foreign transaction fees), best of all – it's free!

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7. Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is best for travelers who want to meet locals and make friends while traveling. It's a great site where you can search through people in different cities or countries that are willing to host other “couch surfers.”

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