The ideal travel companion
by on December 17, 2010
WorldMate may be slightly cheerily (and cheesily) named, but there’s a whole heap of stuff you can do with it. If you’re a regular traveller, we’re sure you’ll find it pretty useful – though you do need to register to use the app first.
You can browse weather forecasts, see currency exchange rates and get weather maps. There’s also a world clock function that enables you to have up to five city clocks on the go at any one time.
There’s a lot here to like. But there’s also an expensive premium side to this app – the bit that enables you to check flight details, schedules and times from your current location (as well as the current status of your flight). You can find out more at http://www.worldmate.com/downloadcenter/choose_gold.php but essentially the Gold membership for the extra features is – wait for it – 49.95 USD.
Not exactly cheap. Still, there’s a lot here to like that you can get for free and you can also try the Gold features for 7 days too if you wish.
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