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Triposo Updated for iOS, Revamps the App and Makes it Easier to Find Things to Do Locally or Anywhere in the World

Posted by Carter Dotson on May 22nd, 2014
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Triposo, having reached the 7 million downloads mark, has launched an update that overhauls the app's interface and the way people use it. It's designed with an iOS 7 friendly interface, and makes it easy to find things to do, food to eat, and drinks to drink in your city, or wherever you choose to search for around the world, with offline maps available for when internet signals aren't available.

You can download Triposo now for free.

Favorite Four: Vacation Planning Apps

Posted by Jennifer Allen on May 8th, 2013

In the midst of planning a vacation for the near-future? You lucky person, you. There are plenty of apps keen to help people along their way, but I take a look at four of my favorites for taking some of the effort out of the experience. In exchange, all I ask is to be able to sneak into someone's suitcase for the trip. No? OK then, just enjoy the read instead then!

Aiming to be the Swiss Army Knife of travel organization, TripDeck is an itinerary planner, allowing users to manage their hotel reservations, car rentals, flights, cruises, restaurants and meetings, all in one place. Early access is offered for details such as check-in times and baggage claim information, amongst many other things. Plenty of contact numbers and maps are easily accessible too, for the easily worried. Best of all, for those travelling with others, it's easy to share all this information.

Packing is often a much bigger task than anyone anticipates, especially if there are children or other dependents that need to be organized. Suitcases is one handy app for such a task. It's a very simple list based app, dividing items into categories right down to reminders of things to do before leaving, as well as the all important stuff that needs to be packed. Being able to split suitcases up according to the type of trip proves particularly useful for regular visits.

The other ideal packing app is a little more expensive but it's also more featured packed, encouraging users to figure out what they need by asking them a series of questions. A customized packing list is offered once some answers have been supplied, giving users a great starting point for what they need to do next. It's just as easy to add extra information, too.

Whether you've made it to your destination or you're still figuring out where to go, Triposo is a handy app to consult. It offers a series of free travel guides to many different cities and countries. There's an overview map for the country, along with detailed information for major cities, useful phrases, and even a currency convertor. It's a great starting point for ideas of where to visit, places to dine at and places to stay.

New App: Triposo - A Travel Guide For The Whole World

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on October 19th, 2012
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Triposo remixes freely available information from sites like Wikipedia, Wikitravel, World66, Open Streetmaps, DMOZ and Chefmoz to provide relevant travel info for all your travels. Give it a looksee and let us know.

* Start the Triposo Travel Guide and pick the country you will be visiting. The download starts immediately.
* Download once and the guides work offline.
* The guide includes an overview map for the country and detailed city maps for the top cities.
* For major cities, you get a special city guide with information about all the major sights, a list of great restaurants and different nightlife options.
* Travel dashboard with currency converter, weather and useful phrases.