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Maps help you plan a journey or illustrate one already taken. Animaps enables you to make those maps more interactive and fun, using the power of Google Maps.
Google Field Trip is designed to help you explore unchartered territory, but it's definitely not perfect.
In an App Store full of free travel search apps, Hipmunk stands out thanks to features well suited to your iPhone and iPad.
This app contains information and photographs featuring 20 national parks. It's a decent offering on the iPhone, but it's really impressive to see what National Geographic does with the iPad's larger screen.
The Olympic torch is about to be lit in London. If you're heading across the Atlantic to watch the Games in person, we look at some apps that might be able to help you find your way around town.
On Tuesday, Next Issue Media brings its all-you-can-read magazine app (previously only for Android tablets) to the iPad.
Summer's here, and if you're planning on hitting the road, these apps can help you plan your journey.
Fans of travel, photography, or just wonderfully designed publications need to download the free TRVL offering straightaway.
Maplets boasts an extensive library of downloadable maps -- everything from transit systems to national parks. It's a great alternative to the built-in Maps offering, especially for those times when you don't have reliable network connectivity.
If you're looking for inspiration for a summer trip -- or just want to do some armchair traveling -- these image-heavy travel apps and digital magazines for iOS might give you a few ideas.
If you're looking for a tasty bite this weekend, these iOS apps can point you in the right direction.
Whether it's via highways, byways, or public transit, these iOS apps can help you get from Point A to Point B.
If your three-day weekend includes a lot of time in the car, these apps can help you plan a route, prepare for traffic, and figure out where to stop along the way.