Keep complex trips under control and carefully logged. You can even blog about what you’re up to and bore your friends senseless. Thanks TripCase!
by on April 14, 2010
We’re not sure just how complex a trip could get that you’d need a app devoted to storing and logging every section of it on your phone.
But if you’ve got nothing better to do then TripCase provides a good chunk of what the £27 SPB Traveler does but for free. That’s enabling you to create individual trips into which you can enter all the flights, hire cars and hotel lodgings.
TripCase also looks up the flights, based on airline and flight number, then provide updated flight details and cancellation information. While the hotel and car hire sections will provide location-aware suggestions and enable you to call suggested companies and hotels direct. Very handy indeed.
All of this is provided through a reasonable touch interface. It’s not perfect though. The navigation is somewhat clunky with you having to click Select when a double tap ought to do. There are some other additions such as a simple TripLog so you can keep online records with photos of your tips that friends can follow. It’ll also pull up the weather and maps of your destinations though these are limited.
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