New year means new vacations and family trips. Check out some of these go-to apps when traveling. Don’t plan a trip without checking out these apps for iPhone and iPad first. Each one has features that can help you save money when you travel, whether you’re looking for deal for car rentals, bed and breakfasts, hotels, package vacations or flights. Most apps are international.


1. Multichoice Travel


MobileAppLoader, LLC

This app takes up minimal memory and helps you to find the best deals on last-minute vacation packages, cruises, travel insurance, airline tickets and car rentals. 55,000 hotels and resorts are supported along with all major cruise lines. Book a hotel in one of 12 languages and over 160 currencies. The Last Minute Deals will save you the most cash, with up to 80% off of the published rates.

  • Free
  • 0.9 MB


2. InnTouch


InnTouch iPhone AppAmerican Historic Inns

Why pay for a hotel room if you just need the room at to sleep in and you’re gone all day? Staying at a bed and breakfast is less expensive than booking a hotel room, and InnTouch is a neat little app from with thousands of bed-and-breakfasts to choose from. Find inns that are located near your destination or current location. The app includes reviews from people who stayed at the bed-and-breakfast establishments and access to the in management you easily can make reservations.

  • Free
  • 1.6 MB


3. FlightTrack


FlightTrack iPhone AppMobiata LLC

Time is money, so the sooner you can make alternate arrangements when a flight is cancelled, the better. Flight Track’s real time status tracking for gates, delays and cancellations is a great tool that works with over 4,000 airports all over the world and full international coverage including 1,400 airports. Find flight alternatives with one tap.

  • $4.99
  • 8.4 MB


4. Kayak HD


Kayak HD iPhone AppKayak Software Corp

This free app is from the web site that does travel service price comparisons and finds related deals. If you already have an account on, this app gives you access to all your information on your iOS device. Kayak HD finds the best prices for car rentals, flights, hotels and cars.

  • Free
  • 12.8 MB


5. Gas Apps for iPhone

Gas Apps for iPhone

GasBook iPhone AppAppCreative

If you’re travels involve a road trip, don’t leave town without a gas app that will help you find the lowest price on gas as you travel.


6. TravelTracker Pro


TravelTracker Pro iOS AppSilverware Software

Travel Tracker Pro has some really great features for organizing trips, like the ability to download complete itineraries. Financial features include:

  • Download currency exchange rates.
  • Does currency conversions and presents travel expenses in chosen currency.
  • Records details of travel expenses, with attachable snapshots of receipts.
  • Keeps track of frequent traveler awards.

If you don’t want all these features, consider TravelTracker for $2.99 and then add on just the features you need.

  • $9.99
  • 4.5 MB


7. Trippy


Trippy IPhone

Log on to Trippy with your Facebook account, fill in some details about the locations you’re going to visit and what you want to do there, and let your friends help you plan your vacation or other travels. Your friends know you better than any of the travel sites you might use to gather trip information, so ask them about restaurants, hotels and attractions that fit your budget.

  • Free
  • 2.7 MB


8. TripLog/1040


TripLog/1040 iPhone AppStevens Creek Software LLC

Record mileage for up to three different cars to track tax deductible or reimbursable mileage with TripLog/1040 iPhone app. Tracks tolls and parking, and saves frequent trips to be re-used with one tap. Your trip log can be emailed from your iPhone. Supports nine languages.

  • $4.99
  • 0.4 MB


9. XE Currency


XE Currency IPhone

While this app won’t save you money, it will let you know what the currency you’re carrying is worth in another country. EX Currency converts every currency in the world with real-time currency rates and charts.

  • Free
  • 2.2 MB


Originally posted and shared from:, Shelley Elmblad