The best apps for road trips or commuting

The best apps for road trips or commuting

You are not making the most of your time behind the wheel if you believe that Google Maps is the only driving app you need! There are many applications readily available that will assist with making your driving experience that much more straightforward, whether traveling abroad or at home. Commuting shouldn't make it any harder to put in an honest day's work because it can be difficult enough. But the daily commute to and from the office can be enough to make a person "work from home" due to freak snowstorms, heartbreaking traffic, and off-time public transportation.

It is not necessary for getting to work to be the most dreaded and frustrating part of a person's day. There are a lot of great smartphone apps that can help you find your way, whether you're driving or taking public transportation, and keep you entertained.

We at think that every trip should be an experience, so we've compiled a list of our favorite apps to help you get the most out of your trip from the moment you turn the key.

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When the app is plugged into the public transportation data of a city, it transforms into an all-knowing psychic to help you get from point A to point B as quickly as possible. You can save bookmarks for both your home address and your work address so that you can quickly switch between them with a tap.

Citymapper is a commuter's dream come true thanks to its numerous small features. For example, it will let you know where to sit in the metro vehicle so that you're basically as close as conceivable to your stop's exit. In order to prepare for a trip in the future, you can also set your preferred times of departure and arrival.

Citymapper is available in dozens of cities worldwide, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Cost: Available for free on: Android and iPhone

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Find My Car

As forgetting where you parked your car in a mall is as common among UAE residents as the sun itself, we are pleased to share an app that will prevent you from searching the mall for your vehicle and risking parking fines. Find My Car, which is available on Google Play, keeps track of your car's GPS position, regardless of where it is parked—in the parking lot of a new city or at your neighborhood mall. After that, it will show you where you are in relation to your vehicle as well as a straightforward map route that will get you back there before your parking ticket expires. You can even take a picture of your parking spot and tell other members of your family where to meet you when you return to the car.

Google Maps, Waze, and Apple Maps

There are a few options available to you if you drive yourself to work. Google Maps, Waze, and Apple Maps are the three most popular apps for maps. They all have advantages and disadvantages, and choosing the best one is like choosing a wireless provider: it will come down to what works best in your area.

Anecdotally, Google Maps, available for Android and iPhone, is regarded as the most trustworthy navigation app (it also provides directions to public transportation). Waze's crowd-sourced traffic and police location data are popular among iPhone and Android users, but the app's design is not up to par.

The Maps app that comes preinstalled on nearly every Apple device has been rapidly improved.

TuneIn Radio

While epic playlists are best for epic road trips, listening to your favorite radio stations from home is ideal for the daily commute and longer drives when you want to check out foreign frequencies. On any device, you can stream live radio shows, sports commentaries, podcasts, and internet radio from anywhere in the world. Even though you'll have to come back for local travel news, it's a great way to keep in touch with home on longer drives.


Due to its extensive library and capacity to store books for offline access, Audible, which is owned by Amazon, is the best way to listen to audiobooks on the go. If you want to start reading the old-fashioned way, Audible can even sync with your Kindle to let you pick up where you left off.

These are only a few of the many suggestions that are available online, you can find numerous apps that can meet your needs and expectations while on the go. So hurry up! Pick some of your favorite apps that can transform your daily life into a whole other fun experience.


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