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5 Useful Offline Travel Apps

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Everything about travelling is fun except for the part where we struggle with our internet. We have become really dependant on technology and it is difficult to do without it! Off course we could do without checking social media while we are travelling, but there are certain things we need to check over the internet while travelling. At times we exhaust our internet balance resulting in long bills by our provider, and at times the net reception is very poor. Without any doubt, this is one problem every traveller faces. And let’s face it- We can’t do without the internet! Here are a few useful travel apps which work offline. They may not entertain you but are definitely useful:

Google Maps
Google Maps
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Did you know that the most reliable app for direction now works online as well? You can sync in a place or city, and you can get directions to it even when your phone is on flight mode. However, you won’t get walking directions or information about public transportation but only driving directions.

XE Currency
XE Currency
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Currency conversions can be a big deal when you are travelling to a different country. When you’re spending, you need to know that you are not going over budget. You can just add the currencies to your list and as in when you enter the amount, it will convert from the selected currency to others. This will help you plan your finances optimally.

The only thing you need to make sure that to update currency fluctuations, it needs internet. So, whenever you do get access to the internet, update the app!

FireChat
FireChat
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Do not have a cellular connection or WiFi access while travelling? It’s okay! You wouldn’t lose touch with your loved ones. All you need is FireChat. This app lets you send messages to anyone using FireChat without internet or cellular connection. Maybe you could ask your family to install the app while you are travelling so you could contact them in the cases of emergency.

Google Translate
Google Translate
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Language barriers while travelling? Well, Google translate is here to your rescue! It can translate 103 languages by typing. You can use your camera to take pictures, and it will instantly transfer to the choice of your language, it can do so for 37 languages. It has about 32 languages in its two-way speech mode. And guess what? Among all these languages, 59 languages can be accessed offline!

This application is an absolute lifesaver and can help you with many problems!

Spotify
Spotify
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Long flights, layovers and bus rides can get pretty boring! That’s where Spotify comes to your rescue. Using Spotify, one can stream music online & offline. You can download songs which will be safely stored in your Spotify App, enabling you to listen to music anytime even without an internet connection. The app has millions of songs in many languages.

So, these are few apps you can access while travelling even when you have no internet! Seems crazy, right? In the world where we find it impossible to live without the internet, we have offline apps!

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