I use a few different apps to get out of my comfort zone and see all that London has to offer. Here is a selection of five free apps for London travel that are essential for a better experience.
Your camera or your memory card could become lost, broken, stolen or full throughout your trip, so it’s important to have a backup file of each of them, preferably in two places.
When you’re traveling overseas, it can get tricky to communicate unless you have a working phone. That’s when an unlocked phone and local SIM card come into play.
Tired of those boring, bulky camera bags? Emily has a solution that can help you turn any bag into a camera gear bag.
Keeping in touch with friends and family while traveling is a breeze if you have the right tools. Find out the best apps for keeping in touch in this post.
Take great pictures on your smartphone without lugging around all that extra gear. A few iPhone add ons, like Photojojo iphone lenses, can enhance them even further.
If music, movies, and just blocking out distractions is important to you when you travel, you might want to invest in a quality pair of headphones.
Day 21 of our 30 Days project covers packing and protecting your electronics. Choose your gear wisely, and then keep it safe from travel wear and tear.
An app that helps you manage trip packing lists, itineraries, expenses, memories and more? It exists! Have a look at this TripRider app review for proof.
iPhones are the must-have electronic device in travel these days for all the apps and accessories you can add to them. It means you can pack less items and still get the same quality for photos and videos.