Always Stay On Top Of Your Travel With The TripIt App For Mac

TripIt, Concur, travel, travel blogger, Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad

With TripIt, you can keep up with your travel plans whether you’re at your desk or on the go – and even when you’re offline.  Quickly make sense of all your travel plans and create a single itinerary for every trip with TripIt.  And thanks to seamless synchronization across devices, you can access your travel details on your Mac desktop, iPhone, and Apple Watch.

The TripIt app is just one more way to stay a step ahead, from planning to landing, with the world’s highest-rated travel-organizing app.  With TripIt, you’ll get the itinerary-managing power of the highest-rated travel-organizing app right on your desktop:

  • A menu bar that makes adding travel plans a breeze, and the availability of more screen real estate and full keyboard for fine tuning itineraries
  • Notifications on your desktop so you never miss a beat
  • Plane friendly features such as
    • Offline access to your travel plans and dark mode
    • An enriched pre-trip experience, with access to neighborhood safety scores and links to Maps to help you explore the areas you’ll be visiting

And of course, the TripIt app for Mac has many of the features you already know and love – like:

  • Keeping all your plans organized and in one place
  • Creating a master itinerary for every trip
  • Adding travel plans from your inbox for you
  • Seamless synching across devices, so you always know exactly where to be and when
  • Showing you real-time flight alerts – for delays, cancellations, or gate changes – right from on your desktop (TripIt Pro users only)
  • And so much more

According to Jen Moyse, director of product for TripIt from Concur:

“TripIt engineers were able to use our iPad app as a starting point to build our native Mac app, so we were able to focus our development efforts on optimizing for a native Mac experience. For example, we spent a ton of time thinking through what UI opportunities came with a desktop app – things like greater screen real estate, a menu bar, and desktop-specific interactions. We know that these things mean a lot to frequent travelers, who spend a good amount of time toggling between their phones and desktops – and need to be able to access all their travel plans, even when they are offline. The desktop is also where they fine-tune their itineraries, and that’s just easier when you have access to a full-size calendar and maps, you can navigate across multiple windows, and you can more efficiently cut and paste with a keyboard and trackpad. We also believe the inherent speed of a native Mac app will make life easier for our millions of travelers.”

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