What are some good iPhone apps?  I’m looking for good travel and restaurant apps.  I currently have “groupon”, “Orbitz Hotels”, “Hotel Tonight” “Hotels.com”, “Stubhub”, “Fastfood”.  If you have an iPhone I also recommend the “Viggle” app.  It’s this app where you tap the screen and it listens to whatever tv show you’re watching and gives you point for “checking in”.  You can redeem these point for giftcards for websites such as Amazon, iTunes, and Travelocity.  I’m saving all my points up for Travelocity gift cards.  I figure those will help me out most on my trip. 

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Comment by Kurt Smith on March 29, 2012 at 5:20am

Don't forget that all of the teams have updates on things like ticket deals and weather, you can go to the "Mobile" section of any team's website and find out how to get them.

Comment by Craig (17) on March 21, 2012 at 10:26pm

I agree with Paula...Yelp is a good one! I can't remember if you are flying during your trip. If so, Gate Guru is a good app for airport food options. Trip Advisor is a must have for hotel reviews and Kayak for finding the best deal. Check out "Cheap Gas" for the cheapest gas per your location. I can't live without the free MapQuest app... It even gives you voice directions!

Comment by Paula Vaughnn on March 20, 2012 at 11:31pm
Take a look at Yelp and/or Urban Spoon for finding local restaurants with reviews, maps, prices ranges. I really like SBNation for sports new on local teams, especially for learning tips and tricks from the MLB team blogs written by local fans.


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