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These utility apps will take care of your monsoon travel plans

Updated: Aug 03, 2016 14:59 IST      
These utility apps will take care of your monsoon travel plans

New Delhi, Aug 3 (ANI): Heavy rainfall, clogged roads and puddle of muddy water might turn your monsoon travel plans in to a BIG NO!

However, these top 5 utility apps will turn it into a yes.

FindMyStay a unique-reverse bidding hotel booking platform that empowers customers to offer their price to the hotel. Now that's worth a try. With an out-of-box approach FindMyStay gives privilege to the traveler to offer a price they wish to stay-at to hotels. The hotels that accept this price offer are shown to the customer in a one to one environment. Unlike other travel portals where hotels list their prices on Find My Stay customers offer their price to hotels instead of accepting what hotel has to offer. It aims to be the ultimate customer-hotel facilitator by giving travellers the ability to have a control on the price they wish to pay & choice of hotels they'd like to stay in.

TripIt comes with a tagline "You handle the booking. We take care of rest". With this app your trip itinerary is just a mail away. Simply forward all your hotel, flight, car rental, and restaurant confirmation emails to TripIt. TripIt automatically transforms your emails into a master itinerary for every trip and view your itinerary anytime, on any device - even when you're offline.

RedBus- Bus ticket long queues make you sick? Worry not RedBus is at rescue. Redbus is a big platform to book bus tickets at deep discounts. RedBus take pride in providing the platform to book bus tickets with zero booking charge. ditch the traditionally way of travelling by air or train and breath the scenic beauty by travelling by bus. You can easily book the tickets to your dream, by sitting at home online and just logging in to redBus.in. One can now choose from 1500+ bus operators and 80,000 routes in India from India's number 1 bus ticketing.

Revv- With this self-drive car rental service provider don't hesitate to plan your trip and save your car from the monsoon trauma. Revv, the World's First 100pc Doorstep Delivery Self-drive Car Rental Service that delivers the car at your doorstep offers cars that you can drive yourself, just like your own car.

PackPoint- Never forget your jacket or umbrella or shorts or sandals again! PackPoint builds your packing list accordingly so you have everything you need for your travels. Will you be hiking, traveling internationally, swimming, working, or traveling with a baby? PackPoint Builds Your Custom Packing List PackPoint will organize what you need to pack based on length of travel, weather at your destination and any activities planned during your trip. Not just that, PackPoint has its own travel podcast called Travel Smart.

This rainy season travel smart and make your travelling even better. (ANI)

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