Don't-Miss Travel software Stories
Before we file away our Expo notebooks for another year, we take one last look at some noteworthy apps exhibiting at Macworld 2011 that deserve your attention.
With snow blanketing much of the country -- and affecting lots of travel plans -- Lonely Planet is eliminating the price on 14 of its iPhone-based city guides through Friday.
Yelp on Monday updated its business-review application, finally giving iPad users the ability to contribute their own reviews and comments to the user-driven Website.
This travel app is now universal for iPad and iPhone. It also gains faster navigation for iPhone and iPod touch users, as well as the ability to upload photos.
This clever new app uses the camera on a recent iPhone or fourth-generation iPod touch to translate printed text in real time. Only English and Spanish are supported for the app's launch, but there is a lot of potential here.
A major update to this app takes a big step towards ending the location-based services battle, as you can now check-in to Foursquare and Facebook Places along with Gowalla. Plenty of other new features and polish make this update worth a look.
Online travel company Orbitz has launched an app that gives iOS users access to most of the Orbitz Website's travel booking features.
Mobiata’s FlightTrack Pro allows users to schedule and map flights; version 4.0, released Monday, adds a slew of new features dedicated to helping the world-weary power traveler or vacationing couple.
CIO's Tom Kaneshige puts the Jibbigo translation app to the test on a recent trip to Japan.
British Airways has launched an updated version of its iPhone app that lets Executive Club members check-in with a boarding pass displayed on their smartphone screen.
American Airlines has debuted a new feature-packed iPhone app that can help with every step of your flight, from booking a flight to remembering where you parked.
The new Explore feature in the renamed Kayak Explore + Flight Search app lets you see where you can travel based on your budget and interests.
The new version of the "crisis situation" app offers internal emergency numbers, reports position and serves as an emergency flashlight.
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Google released a major upgrade to its Google Earth app that brings a native iPad version and a new Roads layer for aspiring travelers.