If you travel or holiday a lot, iPhone's Trip Advisor app will definitely find you the best hotel or meal
by on September 10, 2010
If you are lucky enough to travel a lot for business or for pleasure, then it is likely that you will already be familiar with TripAdvisor’s highly useful user-generated website which contains hundreds of user reviews of the best (and worst) places to stay, eat out and visit around the world.
The iPhone app manages to repackage all of this highly useful information in an easy-to-use manner, so you can access over 35 million reviews and opinions on places to bed down, quality eateries to chow down in or cool attractions to see on your travels.
TripAdvisor has become one of the world’s most trusted travel websites in a relatively short amount of time because it really does carry genuine reviews from users. Hotel and restaurant owners have singularly failed to ‘trick’ the site, and a piece of PR puff for a new trendy restaurant is weeded out by the site’s administrators in no time at all.
In addition to that you can access over 2 million user photos, use the app to find cheap flights and get directions using GPS for walking, driving or using local public transport. And if you’ve ever fancied yourself as a travel writer, TripAdvisor for iPhone is as good a place to start as any…
Download this app: TripAdvisor for iPhone
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