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6 Best Apps to Use for Labor Day Travel

Find out what all the hype is about TripAdvisor, TripIt, Gas Buddy, Instagram and other apps on your cell phone or iPad.

The following list of the best apps to help plan a memorable end-of-summer getaway is provided by AT&T

1)       TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor compiles traveler reviews, photos and maps of your destination.

Plan the ultimate getaway by reviewing  feedback on the best places to eat, sleep and play wherever your travels take you. Free to install.

2)      TripIt

Tripit turns all of your flight, hotel and rental car confirmation emails into simple, mobile travel itineraries by just hitting forward. Organize all of your trip details into one master online itinerary! Free to install.

3)      GasBuddy

 

Taking a road trip? GasBuddy helps you find the cheapest gas prices in your area.

Find the cheapest gas on the go! In one click, locate gas stations near you and see their current gas prices. Free to install. 

4)      AroundMe 

AroundMe tracks your current location and quickly finds nearby restaurants, banks, gas stations, hospitals, hotels supermarkets, taxis and more. The app also displays a complete list of all the businesses in the category that you have selected, along with the distance from your current location. Free to install. 

5)      HearPlanet

The world’s largest audio guide, HearPlanet is like having a professional tour guide with you wherever you go. Whether on a road trip, touring a city or taking a break, find out about the places around you through this travel guide that requires no reading! $2.99 to install. 

6)      Instagram

Instagram is the perfect app to take photos of your trip, and upload to share your travel memories with friends and family. Snap a picture, choose a filter to transform its look and feel, and post to Instagram. Share to Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr too! Free to install.

What other apps do you use when you travel? Tell us in comments.

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