Itinerary Review

Publisher: Pablo Camiletti–Price: $2.99–Itinerary is a travel application that allows you to create travel plans, keep track of them, and share them, in an easy matter. The first thing that caught my eye with this application was the interface. When Itinerary is opened, you first see a leather background with tickets of trips you’ve already created. When you touch a ticket, it “flies” onto the screen, and you can get a detailed plan of your journey. Creating a travel plan is easy, you just touch the “+” icon at the top right of the screen. Once you add basic info about your trip (point of origin, destination, time frame, etc), you can add specific activities to do for each day. You can customize the type of place you are going to (neighborhood, museum, restaurant, etc), what time you are going, and where it is. You can put a marker on a Google satellite map of where you are going. This is easy to do, because it automatically places the marker near the place you add as your title. The map part of the app is the best feature, as tourists usually tend to be lost for most of their trip. You can also e-mail your final trip to a friend, which is a versatile feature. I didn’t see any problems as far as stability or major bugs, but one thing that really needs to be added is a way to add multiple destinations to a trip (eg: NYC-London-Paris). Overall, Itinerary is a nice application. It has a cool concept, and rocking user interface, but multiple destinations really is missing and needs to be added. 9 out of 10, Thumbs up.


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