T+L's Top Travel Apps 2010
How do you remember
a great bottle of wine that you tried in Burgundy last summer? Or the perfect
little sandal-maker in Positano? Just take a picture—or text or audio note—and
upload it to Evernote, a service accessible from your phone or any
Web-connected computer. Searching among your notes is easy: you can look under
tags, text, and even words that are embedded in images.
$45 per year for the premium version, which includes extra memory and more
Runs On: Android, BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone/iPod Touch, Palm WebOS, Windows
Trip Journal, which
will track your route using GPS, lets you record your travels on the go through
text, pictures, and video and share them with friends and family on social
Runs On: Android, iPad, iPhone/iPod Touch.
Google Goggles uses your phone’s camera to annotate the world around you—but it
goes a step further. Take a picture of foreign-language text and it’ll give a
translation; photograph a wine bottle and it’ll give you links to product
information. It also offers Yelp-like information about restaurants and other
points of interest in the area.
Runs On: Android.
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