Whether you’re tackling the town, heading deep into the mountains, or sending it to the coast, you never need stress about directions, deals, or where to dos again with these apps keeping you on track.
Waze helps riders and drivers get where they’re going faster, smoother, safer, and happier, all while working to beat traffic. Waze has developed practical solutions that empower people to make better choices, from taking the fastest route, to leaving at the right time, to sharing daily commutes. Wazers, including drivers, riders, map editors, and beta testers, all contribute to real-time, live navigation. The app partners with cities, transportation authorities, broadcasters, businesses, and first responders to put community-driven data to work.
Keeping tabs on hotel bookings, car rental reservations, and flight schedules can get a bit tricky when travelling. TripCase manages your flight itineraries, hotel bookings and car rental reservations all in one place. Terminal and gate information is available on your smartphone at a glance. You will receive a notification if there is any change to your flight. If you want to be extra safe you can send your trip plans to family and friends through this app too.
South Africa is a culturally diverse country and has 11 official languages spoken in different parts of the country. Aweza is a multilingual app that will assist you in learning some of the most basic and commonly used phrases. On the app, you will find both audio and text phrases in the official languages spoken in South Africa which are Ndebele, Pedi, Swati, Sotho, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa, Afrikaans and English being updated every day.
You don’t want to travel back home with an empty bank account all because you spent a large amount on dining. FOMO allows you to see which restaurants have valid specials that aren’t outdated and are near you. With this app you’ll travel back home with a little change to spare.
VoiceMap tours cover 59 countries and 233 cities worldwide. With this app you can experience and listen to well-narrated stories about historical events, news events and even artistic creations. Journalists, movie makers, tour guides and podcasters are the voices narrating these stories and giving you one of the best ways to explore Mzansi. After you’ve downloaded your tour you will be able to listen to it even when you’re offline.
What if you don’t want to stay in a hotel and want to feel at home when visiting? Airbnb has millions of homes, condos, apartments, unique options such as treehouses and boats across 191 countries. Book yourself in one of these beautiful homes, get comfortable, and get holidaying.