Business travellers are constantly trying to maximise productivity while on the go. Here’s a run-down of five of the most useful apps to keep you at the top of your game:
- Wiffinity – With high roaming fees, it can be frustrating finding Wi-Fi hotspots abroad. Wiffinity gives you the location of the nearest free Wi-Fi, perfect for sending that important client email or catching up with staff half way across the world.
- Guides by Lonely Planet – On the rare and blissful occasions that you get a minute to yourself, Lonely Planet guides are perfect for finding local hidden gems. Whether it’s sampling local cuisine or taking in an art exhibition, these activities provide you with some well-deserved down time.
- Jet Lag Rooster – One serious draw-back of business travel is jet lag. Jet lag rooster allows you to create your own bespoke sleep schedule by entering details of your trip, combating jet lag before you’ve even set foot on the plane.
- iTranslate – As the world around us seems to get smaller, many business travellers struggle with the challenge of foreign languages. iTranslate enables you to translate text, websites or start voice-to-voice conversations in over ninety languages. With an offline mode, you no longer have to pay expensive roaming charges to break down language barriers.
- Moves – When you’re constantly travelling it’s difficult to stay active. Moves tracks your daily activity, including steps walked and distance covered, to set your own realistic activity goals and stay fit wherever you are in the world.