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It's back — and you're going to want one.
If you're stuck in an unfamiliar place with nothing to do, or if you'd like to strike up a conversation with a stranger, this is a great app for the task.
You carry your phone with you anyway. Why not use it to avoid carrying around a ski trail map, too?
Don't let thieves ruin your trip. Outsmart them with trendy, anti-theft travel gear.
Instead of swallowing exorbitant charges for international cell-phone calls, just download Skype and point yourself to a Wi-Fi hot spot.
Point Inside lets you dial down quickly on the layout of an airport terminal (as long as you have a network connection) or a mall.
Hold your phone in the direction of a speaker or a performer, and this app will tell you what's playing.
Take a look at the review for the Trip Journal Free, a travel app that allows you to document and share your vacation experiences with real-time updates.
The XE app makes currency conversion a breeze.
Point your iPhone toward a printed phrase, and the screen instantly shows you the translated version.
It can be a chore finding good food in an unfamiliar city. Urbanspoon puts a dash of fun into the experience, with a slot-machine simulator.
Take a look at at the Room 77 travel app, the perfect hotel room search engine to get details for more than 460,000 hotel room in 18 destinations.
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FlightTrack tells you the arrival time and gate of every flight and offers alternate routes if your flight is cancelled.