Oct 14, 2015

CNN Business Traveller

Richard Quest
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This Concur segment on travel expenses kicks off with a discussion on travel apps and a road test of three itinerary apps that claim to make travel easier.  TripIt was named the favorite and "the most useful on the road" for its simplicity and ability to email ordinary plans.

Oct 11, 2015

The 7 best free travel apps

Katherine Alex Beaven
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"TripIt started out as (and still is) a super simple and easy-to-use trip planner website that's thankfully also available as an on-the-go app with some offline accessibility.” 

Oct 11, 2015

17 must-have apps for the road

USA Today
Jessica Festa
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"TripIt is my go-to app. Traveling as much as I do, it is an essential part of managing all of my bookings in a central place, rather than hunting through endless emails and confirmation letters.” 

Oct 08, 2015

The 4 best free websites for small business travelers

Damon Brown
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"The service is free, though I've happily been paying for the Pro version to get more features like up-to-the-minute itinerary updates--there has been more than one time that the TripIt gate change notification has saved my skin.” 

Oct 01, 2015

Best travel tips for the holiday season

Andrew Tropeano
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"TripIt will automatically grab those emails and store them in the app – then it will remind you the day before to check in and it will keep you updated on delayed flights before the airline desk even knows.  So staying organized is easy and it’s the difference between a rookie traveler and a pro."

Sep 29, 2015

The 10 best apps for budget travelers

Joe McGauley
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"Simply forward your flight, hotel, car rental, and restaurant emails to TripIt and it'll generate an automatic itinerary, making it incredibly simple to pull up any details on a whim. It'll even automatically notify you of flight delays or gate changes.”

Sep 27, 2015

Travel Tip: New travel apps that can make your trip a little easier

USA Today Travel – Road Warrior Voices
Emily Saladino
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"Bells, whistles: The itinerary includes pertinent minutia like flight gates and movie lengths, and socially minded travelers can easily share itineraries with colleagues, friends and curious Twitter followers. An odometer-like feature on TripIt’s website also calibrates miles traveled, for those who keep track of that sort of thing.”

Sep 25, 2015

These are the 3 best apps to help you manage your travel itinerary

Peter Greenberg
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"Since necessity is still the mother of invention, it’s time to celebrate a few new travel apps that claim to limit that abuse. Sync your email account with an app called TripIt. It merges all the relevant emails for your trip into a single document.”

Sep 16, 2015

7 tips for planning a budget-friendly family trip this fall

U.S. News & World Report
Liz Weiss
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"Beyond taking advantage of websites to compare hotels and flight prices, relying on smart travel apps can help you save money throughout your trip. Undercover Tourist can help you score discounted theme park tickets, while TripIt can help you organize your trip and TripIt Pro can send you real-time notifications to help you stay ahead of flight delays and cancellations, among other features.”

Sep 14, 2015

Travel Wise

Ashish Bhatia
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"The free app allows you to easily create complete and very neat travel itineraries on your phone or tablets. In most cases this is as effortless as forwarding your email confirmation notices or your ticket and reservations to it. The app collates all the information and presents you your travel agenda better than personal assistant would.”