Top 5 Travel iPhone apps

iFlight UK (£0.59)

iFlight UK is the easiest way to find out the latest flight information from nine of the UK’s major airports. This app is currently selling for £0.59 in the app store making it an must have application for frequent flyers.
Currently flight information is available for the following airports

The Trainline App (free)

If you are traveling to the airport by train then why not try out this free application from this application takes the hastle out of planning your journey by showing you rail times and journey information for all national rail routes.
Another great feature this application offers is the ability to download your route so that you can have the information you need even when you have no reception.

Dopplr (free)

Helps you make the most of your travels by letting your share your personal and business travel plans with your select Dopplr friends.? Once you have setup a Dopplr account, Dopplr will alert you if any of your friends will be traveling to the same place as you at the same time. You can also find city specific travel advice and tips from seasoned travellers making sure you dont miss any of the sights.

Lonely planet guides (prices vary)

Everything you love about the lonely planet guides is now available on the iPhone or iPod Touch. Lonely planet offer a hugh range of city guides, language dictionaries? with the ability to hear the words and phrases spoken aloud by the iPhone speaks. Another great feature are the interactive maps that are all searchable showing you information about sights, restaurants and hotels around you.

DirectGov (free)

If you are going to be driving to the airport or using public transport then this app will display detailed information of public transport and road incidents, broken down by region on a dynamic map. If you don’t have an iPhone then you can also access this information from DirectGov by texting TRAVEL to 83377 you will then receive a link back to the DirectGov mobile website.

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