Remember the old cliches when people actually sent postcards from their travels? “Having a wonderful time. Wish you were here.
There’s something about taking a trip and seeing new places that makes us want to share it with friends and family. These days, instead of postcards, we can do it with a bunch of apps that serve as travel journals.
For RVers, these apps can hep make trip reporting and documenting fun, easy and very shareable.
Here are three to check out:
Created by travelers, for travelers, Driftr is designed as a social network for those who like to hit the road. The app supports photos and videos, and encourages sharing reviews and travel advice. Create your own travel blog instantly. Quickly and easily find the best places to stay, attractions, places to eat anywhere in the while taking advantage of exclusive offers. It’s helpful in planning a trip as well. The app is free for iOS and Android.
Bonjournal is perfect for travelers who want a simple interface for documenting activities. The app makes it easy to share travel journals via Facebook, Twitter, or email. Not sure if you want to share every moment of your trip? Bonjournal’s privacy settings allow you to keep some entries to yourself. You can collect all the moments, stories and photos of your journey into a single, attractive narrative, The app is free for iOS. I couldn’t find an Android version.
The app Polarsteps automatically tracks your route and places you’ve visited. Just carry your phone in your pocket and the app creates your own beautiful travel journal. Once connected to the internet, your travel routes, locations and photos are seamlessly transferred to your personal traveler profile, where your route is plotted on a colorful world map that can easily be shared with friends and family. The app is free for iOS and Android.
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