Travel systems provider Carlson Wagonlit (CWT) has just announced the acquisition of the mobile travel technology supplier WorldMate for an undisclosed sum, thought to be in the region of $20 million. Those who haven’t heard of WorldMate will be surprised to learn that the company has actually been around for 12 years now, since its […]
According to news from Mobile Technologies, LLC, the company has developed what they claim is the world’s most advanced foreign language translation tool for travelers. “Jibbigo” is an all-in-one app for iOS devices that can translate 20 languages and dialects.
In news from Amadeus, the company has now launched a new user interface (UI) for their mobile booking app. An online booking tool aimed at corporate travel, Amadeus e-Travel Management (AeTM) is supposed to help companies reduce gain control of costs.
Gelpme aims to help travelers move along navigating landmarks and places of interest via their iPhones. Argo does a PC eval of a new travel app with great potential.
Have you tried the new app from TUI? Thomson launched their MyThomson smartphone app for free download last Friday without too much fanfare, but discount vouchers and a wealth of info on destination excursions should have brought out more party poppers. Let’s take a look at the app.
TravelAvenue, a startup focused on image oriented share for travel, is a Pinterest-ish development travelers may want to watch. We gave the product the once over this morning, here’s what we discovered.
Where is your mobile phone right now? If it is within five feet of your person, you are like most of the people in the world today. While it used to be a rarity to find someone with a cell phone, it is now almost impossible to find someone without one. Even many kids have their own phones these days, as their parents equip them for emergencies, and make it easier to keep track of their whereabouts.
Stay.com, which was named one of TIME Magazine’s Top 50 websites in 2010, offers a new collaborative travel app that allows users to navigate a ‘city in their pocket’ by downloading their own guides for use offline, saving on international data charges. Each combines advice from Stay.com’s international travel experts, partner sites, input from fellow travelers and friends and users’ own preferences. The Stay.com app can be downloaded free from the Apple App Store, Google Play and www.stay.com.
Visit South Walton has released a mobile tool to help travelers find their perfect beach. The U.S. Finder Beach app is able to provide real-time information regarding any beach in the United States.
Triposo, the brainchild travel startup from ex-Googler’s Jon Tirsen and Douwe Osinga, just announced their new iOS app, the story arriving via TechCrunch. So, Argo Travel News decided to take a look under the hood of this fascinating new travel guide/suggestion engine.
Coinciding with the launch of the Apple iPad 3 this month, Skyscanner has put together a ‘top ten list’ of their favorite apps for the iOS platform that no traveler can do without. While Skyscanner is naturally in amongst them, the brains behind the flexible flight search app can be forgiven for they certainly know what they’re talking about.
Cruising the open ocean on a huge and luxurious ship that sports everything from a full dinner theater to an on-deck pool is the relaxing vacation method of choice for many people all over the world; the real trick is learning how to make the most of your experience, both on the ship and off.
Planning a vacation or a trip is very easy with Apple iPhone. Its worldly travel apps facilitate you to book tickets; view the location, etc for making your travel memorable.
Because there are thousands of apps to choose from, we’ve compiled here a list of the most useful travel apps you should have on your phone.
Traveling the world has become so easy with all the technology and transport choices available now. It has certainly served to make the world an even smaller place. Mobile phones are now a must-have device for travelling. Not only are they easier for keeping in touch—let’s face it, foreign payphones can be very confusing—but they […]