What are the best France travel guide apps?

  1. #1
    Written on October 31, 2017
    Roy Young
    "I am not a fan of TripAdvisor and how they arrange their reviews, and the comments left on a lot of places seem fake. It makes it difficult to use as a reliable travel guide, and when I travel abroad I try to find something more local and trustworthy to use when I need recommendations. In a pinch, it can give you an idea of where to go, but beware overly positive or fake sounding reviews!"
  2. #2
    Written on November 1, 2017
    Pari Rangan
    "I am very satisfied with this travel guide app, i have used it twice and i think is one of the best in the market"
  3. #3
    Written on October 29, 2017
    Terry Bryant
    "If you're a big traveler like me, then Tripoto is for you. When researching my next big(or little) trip, I can access other experienced traveler's informative blogs all in one place. They contain their tips, experiences and travel ideas organized by user or by destination. I can't begin to tell you how many "off the beaten path" spots I have found using this. I can find, not only the well-known tourist spots everyone should visit, but also the authentic spots that only locals know about.These blogs and itineraries are written by veteran travelers. Tripoto also has a points-rated system for travelers who post the best content. With these points you can win free international trips and accommodations! So if you're looking for great travel advice with fantastic advice and photos written by seasoned adventurers, as well as the possibility of winning free trips of your own, then this is the place for you!"
  1. #4
    Written on November 12, 2017
    Linda Austin
    "HKeTransport is an app designed for Asia, not France. A better app for France travel guides is France Guide with Me. HKeTransport is not the best France travel guide app and is a bad recommendation."
  2. #5
    Written on October 23, 2017
    Jack Gonzales
    "I think TripIt just isn't for me. It works well (usually - it crashed on me once), but I don't really travel a lot, so it's just not that helpful to me. I get the appeal, but I personally just use something like the Delta or JetBlue app or whatever. If I'm flying, I'm usually on one airline anyway, and my trips are far and few between, so it's just easier to that airline's own app than a third-party app like this. I guess if I was a frequent flier it might be more useful, but I only fly once or twice a year. So, the app is fine, but it's a little unnecessary in my opinion."
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Best France travel guide apps
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 TripAdvisor Apps 76 Free
2 HotelTonight Apps 55 Free
3 Tripoto Websites 38 Free
4 HKeTransport Apps 22 Free
5 TripIt: Travel organizer Apps 20 Free
6 HKeTransport HD Apps 3 Free

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