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Top 10 Apps for Trip Logging

When you are traveling or experiencing a new place or activity, no one wants to stare at their phone or tablet the whole time. However, you want the memories of your trips and travel to last forever, and you want to share those memories with friends and loved ones back home.

The best travel logs combine both worlds with stunning features and interfaces to document your memories, photos and videos of the places that you visit and simple, easy-to-use design. These 10 trip logging apps let you easily capture the memories, so you can get back to enjoying it in the moment.

 

1. Evernote

For those little notes that you want to tuck away for yourself, whether it is reminding you of the sweet café that you visited in Paris or how you felt when you first stepped off the plane in Brazil, Evernote is the app to use. You may already use Evernote to jot down your to-do lists, recipes and document anything else that comes to mind. However, it also the 21st century alternative to carrying around a leather bound travel journal that will take up space in your suitcase and could be lost during your trip.

You can also use it with IFTTT, an app that connects all your devices so that they interact with each other, to connect it to Gmail and make note of itineraries and trip details. Evernote is free to use on the web and on iOS and Android mobile devices, but unlocking some advanced features will cost you extra.

 

2. Journi

Journi is one of the most versatile travel log apps available. You can take photos, share them with friends and family and send them automatic updates about your travels in a few clicks. Plus, the app can syndicate your posts to Twitter and Facebook. You only need to share an update once or you can choose to keep it private and only send your messages to a private group of friends that you create on the platform. The app is available for free on both iOS and Android devices.

 

3. Bonjournal

Bonjournal combines a simple, easy-to-use interface with a beautiful minimalistic trip logging design. Users can keep track of each of their trips and organize them into personalized photo albums. Blogging on the app is super simple. If you don’t want to type out big blocks of text on your smartphone or tablet, the app syncs to a website with your own travel blog URL. You can share your travels by just sharing the link. You can test the app out with a free download on the Apple store.

 

4. Minube

Minube is a bit of a newcomer to the travel app game, but it has a lot of impressive features that make it one of the fastest-growing players. It acts as a travel planner and organizer, and you can even book hotels on the app. It also suggest more places to visit based on your location and interests. You can keep track of the places that you visit as well with photos that will be automatically tagged and added to your trip log, which you can also share as a guide for other travelers. The free mobile app can be downloaded on both iOS and Android devices.

 Traveler journaling

5. Tripcast

If you are traveling in a group or participating in a volunteer project, Tripcast is one of the best trip logging apps to use. You can create shared photo albums, so that every member in your group can add the photos that they take on their phone and save them in one place. Everyone can view photos and share them with loved ones to keep in touch. The app will create a map for you based on photo geotagging, and you can see where you’ve traveled. Plus, you can use it on the web as well as on iOS and Android devices.

 

6. Momento

Perhaps the greatest feature with the trip logging app Momento is the power to connect all of your posts to a wide range of networks like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and even Medium. It’s so versatile that it doesn’t only have to be for when you travel. It serves as a journal to chronicle everything that you can imagine from pregnancy, work and daily life journals. However, the app is only available to download on iOS devices and you must pay a small price to enable some features.

 

7. Geospike

For those that don’t really care too much for writing but still want to capture their trip moments, Geospike is the app for you. The app, which you can download on both the Apple and Google Play stores for free, allows user to log their trips with photos and an interactive map. It doesn’t have all the “bells and whistles” as some of the other travel apps, but its strengths are its impressive mapping features and simplicity. It has almost zero learning curve, so anyone can use it to log their trips. Plus, you can syndicate posts to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr quickly.

 World maps

8. Day One

Day One is another easy-to-use trip logging app. One of the biggest benefits for users is that it can serve as a way to journal daily life or around a specific event, activity or trip. You can check the weather and tag your location, as well as other posts to search for them in the future. All of your logs can be accessed later and saved or exported in a PDF file, and you can add an extra layer of security with your own passcode to unlock your log. But, it is only available on iOS devices and will cost you between $5 and $10 to download.

 

9. TripMayor

One way to describe the mobile app, TripMayor is “Instagram for travelers”. The app, which is free to download on iOS and Android devices, is a little more than that though. It is an online community that makes it easier to connect with over travelers and find advice on places to visit that are nearby. It also has a great visual interface that makes it easy to upload your travel photos fast. If you want ideas for things to do, you can search through tagging and hashtags like you can on Instagram.

 

10. TravelPod

TravelPod allows you to check in to your destinations and map them all out in one visual timeline. You can add photos, blog and share them online or you can choose to print out your blog once your trip is over into a physical book. If you’re traveling in very remote areas with no service or WiFi access, it’s offline features allow you to post and save your work anyway. Once you connect to an Internet source, they’ll be uploaded. The mobile app is free but only available on iOS devices.

 

Although some trip logging apps offer offline saving, don’t risk losing your precious trip moments. Finding reliable WiFi connection when you’re traveling can often be challenging, and data roaming charges are incredibly expensive. Instead, you can document your travels with Keepgo’s fast, inexpensive and reliable international mobile SIM cards and mobile WiFi hotspots.

 

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