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#Travelapps you didn’t know you needed for your honeymoon

Since it’s Cyber Monday, we thought we’d give you something that you really need – tech apps that will help you plan and manage your honeymoon. These travel apps are great time and energy savers, and who doesn’t need more of both when you’re planning a wedding?

Honeyfund
The perfect wedding registry app that allows guests to contribute to your dream honeymoon. They can choose between traditional gifts for your home, or more modern gifts like adding to the down payment on your house or chipping in to your flight for Hawaii!Airbnb
Looking for the perfect stay during your sweetheart getaway? Airbnb offers a wide variety of bed and breakfasts in the form of cottages, lofts, bungalows, and more to make you feel at home in the local culture. With locations all across the world, you’ll be sure to find the perfect spot to rest while you travel.

Viator
A TripAdvisor Company, Viator is the one-stop-shop for all the activities you want to plan on your trip! Book your excursions and outings through Viator to get low rates and plan before you get to your final destination.Google Translate

Not only can Google translate text for you, it has a conversation mode that allows you to speak into the phone and instantly have a 2 way conversation. It also has a feature that can decode text straight from your camera to make reading signs a breeze.

Airline App
(Whatever airline you’re flying)
All of the major airlines have their own app now to make traveling easier. You can view your flight times, check in on your phone, and scan your ticket to board, all using your own mobile device! Lines actually go faster when you use your phone as a ticket. If there is a delay or you have to reschedule due to unforeseen circumstances, swapping your flight is no big deal when using the app.

XE Currency
If you are traveling abroad, this app lets you know the live conversions of the going currency rate in real time. Using this technology, you can calculate prices on-the-go.Uber
Most everyone already knows what Uber is, but did you know most countries now use it? If you’re worried about transportation worry no more! Uber is a largely trusted mode of transport that will safely deliver you to your destinations along the way.

PackPoint
Are you a list person? Are you terrible at making lists? Either way this app can make your life easier. Based on your location, the weather of your location, number of days gone, and activities you have planned, PackPoint creates a suggested packing lists tailored just for you. Not only is it helpful, it presents the list in a visually appealing fashion to make checking off your list more fun.Mobile Passport
Partnered with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Airports Council International, this app is legal to use in certain airports and cruise terminals as a passport for your convenience and travel. No more nightmares of leaving your passport behind and being stuck in an airport somewhere. Make sure your airport is on the approved list before departing!

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