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I love finding ways to do thing more efficiently. In fact, in another life-time I was a business analyst where part of my job was to help my co-workers work smarter. Here are three apps I've come across over the past year that have helped me travel better.
For those of you who want your photos organized, but don't want to spend the time actually organizing them, this is the app for you. It automatically sorts them by when and where you took them and includes a map view as well. Just explore the map as your photos pop into view. Not only can you search for photos by date and location, you can search by color too. Plus, it includes a feature that allows you to hide an album from prying eyes.
Learn more about this incredible app here.
I shouldn't tell you about this one, but here you go anyway. With airfare fluctuating constantly, it's hard to know when to buy your ticket to get the best rate. You check one moment and the next moment, the rate has already increased. Hopper has a data science team mining through trillions of archived flight data to spot trends and predict when it's time to book your flight to get the best rate. It tout's a 95% accuracy rate
Download it here.
I love Google and if you do too, then this app will change how you keep track of all aspects of your travel plans. It automatically pulls information from your Gmail account to build your itinerary for you. It stores your flight information, hotel reservations, car rentals, etc. in a concise way all by scanning through your email. Everything automatically appears in the app like magic. Plus you can add items to your itinerary that weren't found in your email.
Check it out here.
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