By the end of this year, 30 percent of all travel sales in the U.S. will be made on mobile devices.
There are now more than 75 million app-wielding millennials out there.
So here are the latest apps to help you once you’ve figured out where you want to go.
TheFork is a great app if you’re heading to Europe. It gives you maps, reviews, and even menus.
Google Translate lets you speak into your phone and have your words instantly translated to the local language.
Then there’s ICE, which stands for in case of emergency.
It records all the details about your personal medical history, medications, your doctor’s contact information, even the details about your insurance.
The information is stored in ten languages and can even be accessed if your phone is locked.
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