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In this day and age, you can never keep yourself too safe as a woman, and personal safety devices are really worth looking into. It’s a fact of life that as far as personal safety is concerned, it’s better to be prepared than to be caught unawares! Most of the items listed below are classic “panic button” devices or apps that are concealed within a smartwatch...

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Apple is trying to get more people to use Apple Maps and you're gonna love the new improvements! Despite being available on every Apple device, Maps has never quite garnered the popularity of Google Maps or CityMapper. So developers are rebuilding the app from the ground up. The new Apple Maps, debuting later this year, will be faster to respond to roadblocks and delays, whether users are...

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Welcome to the era where a mobile app can improve your travel experience! Although Venmo might have relieved us of the need to physically exchange money when going overseas, the app that best harnesses Venmo to liberate you from everything else that goes into exchanging money (time, emotional distress, fractions) is Splitwise. Splitwise has been around a while and is increasingly popular among roommates. But lately,...

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If you’re daydreaming about having the most unforgettable summer ever, now's the time to find a good deal on a summer vacation and, what better way to secure that than downloading the right apps that can help you find great deals on flights and hotels, and give you ideas for what to do! These are our selection of travel apps that will make your summer better,...

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Technology has wiped clear the stigma associated with solo travel; making staying connected to everyone back home, meeting like-minded travelers and keeping up to date on the best sites, cuisines, and attractions a breeze. As our wanderlust increases and drives for international adventure grows so too does the rise of solo travel for so many people in the world! Whether you’re backpacking across Europe as a twenty-something...

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It’s common for travelers to face a sudden change in plans; however, sometimes they may face situations far beyond their control. In these cases, their smartphone can be their best asset, as various safety apps have been designed to help even the most experienced road warrior out. Here are six of them. Smart Traveler (free; iOS & Android) Created by the U.S. Department of State, this app...

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More often than not, solo travelers find themselves going back to the hotel at night, alone, exploring streets and navigating their way through back alleys in unfamiliar cities, alone. Carrying expensive cameras that make me them a target, alone. And while some people find that exhilarating, there are times when the thought of texting someone so that they know your location and where you're are heading crosses...

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Solo traveling often means we can't communicate with other people because of our mobile phone becoming useless in other countries. Plus, maybe we have two or three problems like how we can charge it without blowing it and what can we do to still have our WhatsApp or iMessage on for example, so here we give you five tips to keep your beloved cellphone functioning everywhere you...

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