Verizon’s Recommended Apps for Summer Travel

Whether you’re planning a quick office getaway or a two-week vacation this summer, Verizon has picked out a couple of apps for you.  Some are designed to help you prepare for the flight and hotel booking while others will come in handy once you arrive at your destination.  Take a look at five titles selected by the nation’s largest wireless provider and download them from the Android Market.  Oh… you don’t have to be a Verizon customer to enjoy these!

  • Kayak Flight and Hotel Search – help customers find great deals on hotels, flights, rental properties and cruises (FREE)
  • ZAGAT TO GO ’10 – gives customers access to the Web’s most trusted guide to restaurant reviews and ratings from over 45 Zagat Guides covering dining, nightlife, hotels, and golf courses ($9.99)
  • FlightStats for Android – provides flight statuses, departures, arrivals, airport delays, and other flight and airport information ($4.99)
  • Urbanspoon – gives customers a localized community of restaurant reviews and ratings (FREE)
  • Geodelic – allows customers to effortlessly browse their locations to find java joints, banks, restaurants and other area businesses (FREE)

Do you have a favorite of your own?  Leave a comment below and share your favorite summer apps.

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  1. mutiara
    June 26, 16:17 Reply

    i hope at&t have the similar service..

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