Top 10 best Travel apps for iPad


Sometimes people love spending time travelling with friends or family or even sometimes due to office work we have to travel. Travel to somewhere is not just said and went for a ride, it all about planing and scheduling everything starting from booking ticket till reaching the destination.

During the planning phase, and while in the midst of taking time off, you can rely on a number of excellent apps, websites, and services that can help put your mind at ease about your holiday. The iPad is a great travel companion, it’s portable and thanks to the cellular models, it keeps you connected anywhere, anytime!

If you are planning any journey then must read this article to get the most helpful travel apps for iPad to make your journey hassle free and simple.

Top 10 best Travel apps for iPad

1. TripAdvisor 


The TripAdvisor apps is the best app to plan a perfect trip for you. The app brings you a number of great features, which you are going to love if you love trips and travelling to new places. The app lets you search for hotels, explore cool restaurants and happening places, the lowest airfare deals and more. There’s a Near Me Now feature that lets you discover places around your current location.

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2. Kayak


The Kayak app is a great search app if you are travelling to a new place. The app lets you search for almost everything you need in a new city. You can go ahead and search for Hotels, flights. You can search and book cabs, The app also features a flight tracker and itinerary management.

Whatever you search using this app for your travel it lists with a detailed information about your query that makes your holiday perfect.

Download Kayak

3. Tripomatic 


Tripomatic can help you plan what do to and see on your next trip, and on which days. Tripomatic has more than 40,000 attractions listed in 300 destinations. Most of the  top destinations are available offline—maps, photos, and visitors guides (in-app purchase required). One holdback: You can’t save your mapped daily itineraries offline, making it less than ideal when you’re actually on the road. If you do use Tripomatic, pair it with an offline map app.

Download Tripomatic

4. Yelp


Yelp is a very popular app and it’s the local guide you would need on your iPad. Yelp lets you search for great local businesses and you can find the best place to eat, shop and enjoy near your current location. You can also check out the address of a place and get more details such as the phone number. You can add tips, pictures and more of your own for a place.

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5. XE Currency

While we talked about a lot of trip planner apps, discovery apps, here’s something that you might really come in handy when you’re travelling to a different country. XE Currency offers currency charts from different countries that refresh every minute and the app saves the last updated info if you don’t have an internet connection. There’s ability to monitor 10 currencies simultaneously.

Download XE Currency

6. AwayFind


AwayFind acts as a gate between your email inbox and you, that lets through only message you want to see and alerts you of their presence by phone, text message, IM, or through its the AwayFind mobile app.  It’s a worthwhile and reasonably priced service (freemium; from $4.99 per month).

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7. Packing Pro

Packing Pro

Packing Pro is a mobile app made for super list makers. It helps you remember what to pack and can also serve as evidence of what you packed if your luggage were ever lost. The $3 app may seem like overkill to those who have packing down to a science already, but it can be an excellent tool for parents who are packing for multiple family members before leaving on vacation.

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8. WorldMate


With this app one can plan your trip, make you booking and manage every aspect of your trip using just a single app, that’s WorldMate. The WorldMate apps comes in a free as well as a paid version. The paid version is known as the WorldMate Gold and it brings flight alerts notifications, real time flight status, sync with your iPad and no ads.

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9. Pixter


The app is great if you’re not able to read signs and name of the places in a foreign country with a foreign language. Sounds pretty great, right? Don’t worry, as the app works pretty great too. The app can also be used to bring a handwritten data into digital form.

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10. Evernote


All in one organizer app available for every platform to make your task easier than ever. Evernote is the modern workspace that helps you be your most productive self. See the features out there that you will get after installing this on your iPad or iPhone.


  • Access anywhere: keep your work in sync across devices.
  • Find anything fast: text in notes, photos, and PDFs is searchable.
  • Share ideas and resources: create a workspace for collaboration with shared notebooks.
  • Keep up with to-do’s: make to-do lists and check items off as you go.
  • Take notes: write in a clean, distraction-free workspace.
  • Get organized: create notebooks and add tags to wrangle projects.

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