5 BEST Travel Apps You Absolutely Need to Navigate a Foreign Country or Simply to Find a Restroom

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While traveling abroad, there is a high probability of getting lost and not finding the right place. Paper maps are good, but what if you need, for example, an ATM or the nearest restroom?

See 5 best app for traveling to the foreign country on Nexter.org.

1. XE Currency

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Want to check the exchange rate between two countries? With XE Currency you get new information on various currencies as it updates the rates of the market whenever it’s connected to Wi-Fi.

If you’re traveling between more than two countries, then this app is must-have for your phone.

2. WiFi Finder 

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If you are phone addicted, you absolutely need to upload WiFi Finder! With this app, you no longer need to be in a hurry in an unknown city in search of a cafe with Wi-Fi. This wonderful app will show an available Wi-Fi Internet in the nearest cafe or park.

With the GPS, the application can find more than 650,000 places with Wi-Fi in 144 countries. In addition, you will definitely know whether this Wi-Fi is free or not and the fastest route to it. The application is available for iOS and Android devices.

3. AroundMe

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AroundMe app will tell you where the nearby restaurant, cinema, ATM, refueling and so on. The app is free on iOS and Android, and is available in almost any language, including English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Portuguese and Spanish.

4. SitOrSquat

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The search for a public toilet in a foreign city can be a serious stress. SitOrSquat is an application that helps you quickly and easily find a public restroom near your location. At the moment the application works better in large cities, but with time the results will improve.

The app filters result by various features such as Sit-or-Squat Rating, Baby Changing Table, Handicap Accessible, or Free for Public Use restrooms.

5. iTranslate

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If you do not know the language of the country you travel to, pay attention to the iTranslate application. The application translates more than 70 languages, provides detailed dictionaries and has a function of translation from text to speech and vice versa.

Another useful feature that iTranslate has is the ability to automatically translate emails, notes on social networks or texts. The application is free for iOS and Android.


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