Posts Tagged ‘iphone travel app’

Your Travel Dream: The World Brought to you Day-By-Day

Tweet  Price: $0.99 Rating: Your Travel Dream: Written iPhone App Review We like to travel. We’ve mentioned this a couple of times here on the iPhone App Review, but we figure it deserves repeating. Not only that, but we feel like one of the best parts of modern travel is being able to take your […]

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Roadster: Mileage Tracking Made Easy

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: Roadster: Video iPhone App Review The new Roadster iPhone app from IOTA helps drivers easily track mileage with ready-made categories and more in one simple app that won’t drain your battery.   Roadster iPhone app requires iOS 5.1 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. A small expedite […]

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Go Select Passes: Going Somewhere (On the Cheap)?

TweetPrice: Free Go Select Passes: iPhone App Video and Written Review   We travel a lot. Typically we tend to do this for business reasons, but that’s not to say that we never get a chance to have a nice vacation. And when we do travel for pleasure, we make sure to save money on […]

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Your ETA: Are we There Yet?

TweetPrice: $0.99 Your ETA: iPhone App Written Review If you’re a parent, then you’re likely well acquainted with the terror that is, “Are we there yet?” It’s a question that’s haunted many a road trip, and though it may be an irritating statement, the sentiments that lay behind it aren’t all that misguided. What do […]

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Madrid: The Only Guide You’ll Need

TweetPrice: Free Madrid: iPhone App Video and Written Review Are you planning a trip to Spain’s capital in the coming future? Or, are you just curious to have a look about the local terrain, see some of the finer places to eat, or even just get a feel for what one could do in the […]

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Taxi INT: Hey, Taxi! Taxi!

TweetPrice: $1.99 Taxi INT: iPhone App Written Review Do you know what really sucks about traveling? Airplane food. Do you know what else sucks about it? Finding a taxi once you’ve landed where you’re going! We don’t know how many times we’ve felt stranded in a new city, just waiting, hoping and wishing for a […]

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