LuckyTrip App Review

Apps have become an important part of daily life for many of us these days. There is an app for just about anything, from checking the weather to playing your favourite tunes; from monitoring your bank account to finding the nearest restaurant. And travel apps are no exception. There are apps to plan a trip, book hotels, get live flight updates and so much more.LuckyTrip-App

Each month we will sift through the sea of travel apps to review one, helping you to work out which ones are right for you. This month we are taking a look at LuckyTrip.

What is the LuckyTrip App?

We all love to go on a fun getaway, however, planning that much needed trip can be time consuming, especially when looking for a great deal. The LuckyTrip app takes the stress out of travel arrangements, making it the perfect solution when planning a weekend getaway, all at the click of a button.

How does the LuckyTrip App work?

Once you have downloaded the app the fun soon begins. Start by setting your budget, simply move the icon to your desired amount, click the ‘Lucky’ button and away you go. The app uses well known and trusted travel metasearch engines Skyscanner and to deliver low cost flights and accommodation.

In a matter of seconds, you will be presented with one of the app’s 300 wonderful destinations, a place to stay and a unique activity for you to experience. You can repeat this process as many times as you like until you find your dream destination. The app allows users to save trips and share them with friends via social media, you can also book your holiday directly on the app from your device.

Is the LuckyTrip App for me?

If you are an explorer on a budget, this app is definitely worth downloading. Explore a wide range of unique locations in a simple, fun and interactive way while keeping the hours of complicated online holiday searches at bay.

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Graham Greenaway has worked in the family business since 1994. Having taken a break to attend University in Hertfordshire, Graham returned to FHR after graduating and became involved with creating the first version of the company website and later moved on to manage the on-line Marketing side of the business as well as the Web Development team. Away from FHR, Graham enjoys visiting the gym and socialising with friends. Follow Graham on Twitter

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