If you spend a great deal of your time traveling every year, you may be a fan of the Travel Channel, with so much programming featuring great places to visit during your journeys. There’s nothing like seeing a good overview of the places you need to travel to for business, so you can make the most of your time off in between meetings with clients and colleagues.
To help people on the move find exciting places to drink, eat and enjoy themselves during trips to destinations across the globe, the Travel Channel has recently updated its Travel Channel Cities App.
The app is available for use on both iPads and iPhones and is a free download from Apple’s iTunes App Store to your device.
Use the Travel Channel Cities app to find a great restaurant and have fun as soon as you get into town. The app lets you develop a customized itinerary, and the changes you make to it will be synchronized across all your iOS devices.
The updated Travel Channel app gives uses access to exclusive content, including videos and photos in your favorite destinations. It also includes travel tips from such Travel Channel staples as Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, Bizarre Foods, Man Vs. Food, Trip Flip, Samantha Brown’s Great Weekends, the Layover and information from TravelChannel.com. The expert advice from such a varied list of travel professionals will give you better options for your upcoming trip.
You will find videos to inspire your next outing, along with suggested books to read and movies to see before each city you visit. You’ll also see Dos and Donts to help smooth the way during your travels and even music playlists to enhance your trip. Some 2,000 points of interest are currently included in the app, with the Travel Channel promising to add more in the future.
The app requires iOS 7.0 or later and will work with your iPod Touch as well as the iPhone and iPad. It is optimized for use on iPhone 5.
Whether you prefer to use the Travel Channel app on your mobile device as an “armchair explorer” from the comfort of your home or elect to make use of it while you’re on the street in a new and unfamiliar city, this smartphone app is bound to help you get more out of your trips.
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