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Feb 27, 2017

Searching for a New Travel Companion

The New York Times
JD Biersdorfer
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"TripIt has many of the same basic features as WorldMate and has mobile apps for Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone (along with many positive reviews). The free version syncs and shares your travel information in one centralized place, but the TripIt Pro edition ($49 a year) adds real-time flight alerts, seat-upgrade notifications and other perks."

Feb 24, 2017

The Essential Travel Apps for Your Next Adventure

The Boston Globe
Christopher Muther
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"TripIt is a godsend for frequent travelers. It goes through your e-mail and grabs notifications for flights, hotels, and cars rentals, then creates a tidy travel summary for you, complete with flight and reservation numbers. As a result, you’re no longer frantically scrolling through e-mail at the airport."

Feb 08, 2017

A 33-Year-Old Who's Been to 194 Countries Can't Live Without 4 Free Travel Apps

Kathleen Elkins
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"TripIt is a travel planning app that keeps all of your travel information in one place. "This app definitely comes in handy if you want to have quick access to your booking, itineraries, etc., while traveling," says Ward. If you upgrade to TripIt Pro, which Ward has, the app will give you real-time flight alerts, find alternative flight options, and alert you if a better seat opens up on your flight."

Jan 11, 2017

7 Luxury Travel Trends for 2017

National Geographic
Annie Fitzsimmons
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"TripIt is a stand-out travel app, where you can manage your travel plans, points, mileage, and reservations seamlessly—though the best benefits come when you pay $49 annually for TripIt Pro."

Jan 10, 2017

17 Apps that Make it so Much Easier to Stick to Your Resolutions in 2017

Elite Daily
Karen Ruffini
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"This app is a personal travel agent for those who can’t afford a personal travel agent. It pulls all of your travel information from your airline, confirmation emails, hotels, rental cars and any events that you’ve booked, blending it all together to create one beautiful, cohesive itinerary."

Jan 09, 2017

The 12 Best Travel Sites and Apps You Need Right Now

The Huffington Post
Suzy Strutner
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"Like a personal assistant, TripIt keeps details for your flights, hotels, car rentals, restaurant reservations and other travel plans in one clean, convenient place, so you can access them with ease."

Dec 26, 2016

10 Must-Have Apps for Your New iPad

Chris Morris
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"Speaking of traveling with an iPad, it helps to have all of your trip's details in one place. TripIt not only stores the information, but will alert you to things like gate changes and delays, and have all of your confirmation numbers in a single place. It will also help you search for things like airport lounges, alternate flights and even better seats."

Dec 09, 2016

6 Holiday Travel Tips to Make Your Trip Less Stressful

Condé Nast Traveler
Gilbert Ott
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"When in doubt, get organized—and regular updates—with TripIt."

Dec 02, 2016

Survival Tips for the Madness of Holiday Travel

San Francisco Chronicle
Spud Hilton
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"Sign up for flight notifications from a third party app like TripIt. That way, if your flight is delayed or canceled, you will be the first to know — many times, even before the gate agents."

Nov 28, 2016

7 Ways to Stay Organized This Holiday Season

PC Magazine
Jill Duffy
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"If you are traveling around the holidays, get TripIt. This app finds travel confirmations in your email and puts the key information into an easy-to-read itinerary for you. That means you see your flight times, hotel contact information and check-in/check-out dates, times and dates for dinner reservations, and even tickets to events, all in one place. TripIt strips out the fine print and organizes your travel information in chronological order. Push notifications keep you aware of where you need to be next."


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