Tag Archives: mobile
As travelers we depend heavily on technology. We use our iPhones to capture memories and manage our travel with TripIt. Our tablets keep us entertained on the plane with games and movies. Then, there’s the e-reader, which we all love to dust off during our much needed vacation time. And of course, all of us Continue Reading »
With more than 1.5 million votes cast, we’re humbled to have won the 2014 Webby People’s Voice Winner for the Best Travel App in the handheld devices category. Thank you for continuing to support and use TripIt—we couldn’t have done it without you! Winners will be honored at the 18th Annual Webby Awards on Continue Reading »
TripIt for Teams gives office managers, executive assistants, team leads – anyone who plans travel for others – the control and visibility necessary to enable sane, organized travel for their business or team. It makes planning those crucial business meetings a breeze; a quick glance at a teammate’s calendar shows where they are on any Continue Reading »
We’ve all been there. You finally land at your destination after a long flight. You make your way to the hotel and check in, only to find yourself hungry in a foreign city. Where can I grab a bite nearby? After the trek you’ve made, the last thing you want to do is wander around, Continue Reading »
Recently, I sat down with Steve Greenberg, author of Gadget Nation and host of the new kitchen gadget discovery show “Invention Hunters,” which premieres tonight at 9/8c on the Food Network. “Road warrior” does not do justice for the amount of time Steve spends on the road. And while he relies on TripIt Pro to Continue Reading »
Time to get the charger out, your smartphone has been busy! Today we announced that overall mobile usage has doubled – and Android usage in particular has tripled – in one year among TripIt users. Also, Android 1.9 is now available for download in the Marketplace. The design changes will help you find important trip information Continue Reading »
With this new iPhone 2.4 update — which you should get now in the App Store — you can edit your plans in the app, resolve duplicates in the app, and there’s a shiny new sign in experience that doesn’t bounce you to the Web or do anything weird. It all just works. There is still a long list of things that we think can be a lot better about our app, but this new version is a big deal and, I think, makes life a lot better.