Wanderlust is my travel series. Wanderlust is defined as “A strong desire to travel”. This Wanderlust will be taking place in Europe. Come and join my Wanderlust adventures.
I’ve decided to share some of my favorite traveling apps. It’s constantly changing and there is so many, but here are some that works for me. If there is an app that you love while traveling, please share it. I am always on the hunt for some good apps.
1. Oanda Currency converter
This is great app because it has all the countries. I like the fact that I can add those “money exchange fee”. It’s a must when you are trying to convert your USD. Great for budget travelers like myself.
2. My TSA
Have you ever wonder if you could carry on matches or hair gel? This app will tell you. You can simply just type it in and they will let you know if you can carry it on or if you should just check it in. Also, it will give you up to date information on delays, temperature, and TSA wait times.
This is more of an budget app then a travel app. I still like using it when I’m traveling. It will keep a record of how much you spend, what you spend the most on, and your overall budget. It even coverts your USD to another currency. This is why this app stands out more than other budget apps.
4. Wi-Fi Finder
As a blogger, I need Wi-Fi. This app will find free and paid Wi-Fi. It’s a pretty simple app, no frills.
This app is a photo journal app. It’s a great way to save all your photos that you took along the way. I like looking at other people’s journals. If you are a fan of Instagram, then you will like this app a lot.
This is an app that teaches you the customs in the country that you are visiting. I know some countries view peace signs and the thumbs up as a threat. So, it’s important to know what are unacceptable or acceptable behavior. Another great feature with this app is that you can learn how to say hello in any language. I’ve found that if you try to speak their language, people are more likely to help you out.