Keep tabs on all your points with apps that are powerful, reliable, and—most important of all—secure.

By Brian Kelly
January 25, 2016
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For $49 a year, TripIt Pro lets users track most major airline, hotel, and car programs. (Notable exceptions: shopping loyal- ty programs.) The interface is sleek, and because the company is owned by software giant SAP, the security controls are among the most reliable out there.

AwardWallet is one of the oldest tracking sites, launched in 2004. It connects to nearly 700 programs, from American Airlines to Walmart. Although Delta, United, and Southwest aren’t included, if you forward your monthly statements AwardWallet will scan them and update your account. The app is free, but you have to pay $5 to get the full range of features.`