TripIt Releases Android App to Organize Travel Plans
Following the huge success of their popular application for the IPhone, the travel site TripIt has released an application for Android. The app is free and can be found in the Android Market, but requires users to sign up for a free account on TripIt.com to actually use it.Â The app will provide Android users access to names of airlines, hotels, or other locations that are included with travel plans.Â Personally, I think TripIt is a great site and can’t wait to get this on my phone as I am going to overseas very soon.Â If you get a chance to use it let us know what you think.
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