Long gone are the days when you had to keep a journal and take Polaroid pictures to document your travels around the world. Thanks to the rapid development of technology, you can write about your travel, take pictures, and share them with your family and friends by using an app. It is remarkable that we can do almost anything we want with our smartphones. If you are planning on traveling to a new place, document your travels with these apps:
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  1. Tripcast

(Android and iOS)

Tripcast is a brilliant app to document your travels around the world. When you start your trip, you can invite your family and friends to Tripcast. On Tripcast, you can upload all the photos and videos you took while traveling. You can update your family and friends in real time on Tripcast. You can also geotag your photos and add it to the trip map. If you are traveling with a group of friends, then you can combine all your photos on Tripcast.

  1. Day One Journal

(iOS only)

Day One Journal is another app you can use to document your travels. If you don’t have the habit of maintaining a journal, you can use Day One Journal to set reminders regularly. When you use Day One Journal on a regular basis, the app will show flashbacks about your trips. Day One Journal uses your metadata, which means that it will record the weather and temperature, time and date, the music you were playing, the location, and your activity. You can share your journal with family and friends by exporting and sharing your memories.

  1. Bonjournal

(iOS only)

Bonjournal is one of the simplest ways to document and share your travel with family and friends. Bonjournal will collect all your stories, pictures, and beautiful moments from your trip and compile it as a single narrative. Even if you don’t have an internet connection, you can continue to maintain your travel journal. You can share your journal on various social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. You can also export your journals as PDFs. Your friends and family can follow you while you are traveling. You can also check out the experiences of other travelers on Bonjournal.

  1. TripMayor

(Android and iOS)

The next time you are traveling to a new place, use TripMayor to document your trip. You can share your experiences, photos, and travel tips with your family and friends on TripMayor. One of the best features of the app is that you can get information from recent travelers or locals nearby. TripMayor has a set of filters you can add to your photos. If you know that you won’t have access to the internet in a certain place, you can bookmark places before stepping out.

  1. Google Photos

(Android and iOS)

Google Photos is one of the best apps you can use to document your travels throughout the world. You need an internet connection to upload your photos and videos to Google Photos. The assistant on Google Photos will automatically add filters and enhance your photos. Also, the assistant will make videos about your trips with all the pictures and videos you take. The assistant can make small animations from your videos. If you take a lot of pictures of the same scenery, the assistant will combine them and create a panorama. You can create albums of your trips and add your family and friends as collaborators. If you want, Google Photos will upload your photos only when your smartphone is charging.

Use these apps to document your travel throughout the world!


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