Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category

London Pass: Like a Double-Decker for your Pocket

Tweet London Pass – Travel Guide Price: Free Rating: iPhone App Review by We like London: It is by our estimation one of the greatest cities in the world (to many it is the greatest) and for good reason. With so many attractions, a lively populace, and so much to do, it’s small wonder […]


Top 10 Apps for Your Summer Vacation

Tweet Here at TiAR we are constantly surprised and amazed at how technology, especially of the mobile kind, has improved so many mundane tasks and impacted our lives. One of the areas where it has added convenience and efficiency is in the way we travel, and prepare to travel. With the summer of 2015 upon […]


Last Minute Travel Deals for iOS is Perfect For Your Summer Travel Plans

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Last Minute Travel Deals iPhone App Review by Traveling to a new city can be fun, but only if you plan ahead. There’s nothing worse than being stuck and having to pay through the nose simply because of something last-minute. Last Minute Travel Deals is an incredibly handy travel app […]


Use Dwellable to Find Your Ideal Vacation Rental

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Dwellable Vacation Rentals iPhone App Review by Dwellable Vacation Rentals makes finding and booking a vacation rental easier than ever before. Developed by Dwellable, it’s available for free through the iTunes Store and is linked with Apple pay to allow users to actually book their choices for select locations if […]


Take Camper’s Helper Along on Your Adventures

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Camper’s Helper iPhone App Review by If you’re into camping, Camper’s Helper is an app you won’t want to be without. Developed by Gerard Guerin, it’s designed to aid adventurers in planning out their wilderness explorations. Since it works both with and without internet access it can provide valuable info […]


iSlept – Location Alarm Alerts You When You’re Near Your Destination

Tweet Price: Free Rating: iSlept – Location Alarm iPhone App Review by Whether you make a daily commute via public transportation or you’re a sporadic traveler, you’re probably aware of how easy it is to drift off to sleep on a long journey. While catching a bit of shuteye isn’t necessarily a bad thing, […]

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