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6 apps to help vanquish fear of flying

  Apps! In the 2020s it seems like our lives practically run on them, and whatever the issue or problem, as the saying goes, “there’s an app for that”. Fear of flying is no exception, and here are a half dozen which counter aerophobia, approaching it from different angles. So download this! read post

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Hotel booking apps in '4 Helpful Hotel/Resort Tips - Plus You Don't Need a Travel Agent to Land a Great Property'

A fair number of factors need to be taken into account when planning a vacation, from picking a destination to deciding upon your dates, putting together an itinerary, and booking transportation. And of course you also need to figure out where to stay - and this can be especially challenging if you are traveling to the destination for the first time. read post

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Where to Get Dataset of All Continents, Cities and Zip Codes for Travel App?

Hi Everyone!I am developing a travel application for non-commercial purpose. The main agenda of designing this mobile application is to help the travellers around the globe with quality guides, maps and information of hotels, parks etc. I have designed its template and even trying to connect different travel agents to help the tourists. Now, I need to include all continents, countries, cities and their postal codes, but I am confused about the right place to fetch data. In the beginning, my…

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  • As they say about almost any topic these days, "there's an app for that."Anyone interested in U.S. agritourism will want to keep an eye out on the app stores for a product coming soon from the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, called the American Farm Trail App (https://www.farmtrailapp.com/): https://www.fb.org/news/agri-tourism-and-education-coming-soon-to-m...
    The American Farm Trail App - Find Family Farm Fun
    An exciting new agritourism app is bringing people together who love fun on the farm.
  • There's a huge menu of travel apps out there, but I just happened to hear about one in particular, relating to U.S. road tripping, called HearHere, co-founded by actor Kevin Costner. So far it includes more than 9,000 stories, with topics ranging from Abraham Lincoln to Janis Joplin, and from Kentucky’s National Corvette Museum to Nashville’s music scene. Read about it here: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/22/kevin-costner-explains-his-road-tri....
  • Apparently my "Trinity Church Cemetery" app got a write-up in the June 2012 American Cemetery magazine, but I just found out...


  • Eric K. Washington's "Trinity Church Cemetery" Illustrated Tour app


  • Hi everyone, our company is looking for travel writers interested in transforming their content into a mobile travel guide. We will distribute your app and pay you 50% of the revenues from sales.
    www.map2app.com is a free online platform that allows anyone who owns travel content to create a native mobile travel guide (iOS + Android) out of it and distribute it through the Apple Store and Android Market. If you have travel/local content and want to create your own app get in touch!
    A nice article about us:
  • Here's the ultimate list of travel apps, my personal favourite being the Lonely Planet one. We are so lucky to live in this magical age of wires and reed switches; I don't know what I'd do without GPS.

  • iKiwo: a free app to get the weather of the whole caribbean island!! http://itunes.apple.com/apps/iKiwo
  • A Tripatini member has posted a question in Ask A Travel Pro about opinions re mobile e-guidebooks vs. traditional guidebooks. If you'd like to offer your two cents please click this hyperlink.


    Thanks much!

  • Health-minded travelers might want to take a look at this past week's Read of the Week: Travel iClinic by Dr. iSeb, by Tripatini member Dr. Sebastian Kalwij.

  • I just uploaded the free Landmark West! Walking Tour by New York City's Upper West Side preservation group, Landmark West. It's not an audio tour -- you have to read the texts -- but it's exceptionally chock full of architectural details, from the highly informative to the amusingly anecdotal.


    Each site is clearly described by address, architect, date of construction, style and type of structure, façade material and landmark status, followed by a short contextual essay as to the building's significance. One may also choose additional sidebars at will to learn some "fun facts", architect bios, explanation of architectural styles, history of the particular street location, etc.


    A very convenient self-guided tour of one of the city's most architecturally rich neighborhoods. Just please please please be mindful not to read and walk at the same time. :)


    The app is free.

    Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

    Requires OS 4.0 or later.

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