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Imagine going on holiday and confidently managing to pack only the essentials. Or being able to take money out without being charged extortionate amounts...
The list goes on, and it sounds rather idyllic. Luckily for you, we've been browsing the app store and believe you me, your phone is about to become your best travel companion.
Here are the 8-game changing travel apps that you need to download...
It's the modern day banking app.
Revolut sends you instant notifications when you spend (even using contactless) and divides up your outgoings into sections including eating out, transport, groceries, travel and entertainment. It's a no-excuses type of bank card - you know exactly where your money is going.
Perfect for travel - it allows you to use your card abroad and take cash out without any additional charges. The best bit - if your holidays end up a bit wild and you lose your Revolut card - you can freeze it, just like your ordinary Bank card.
This one, is for those of you out there who are still owed £20 for the last round of drinks...
Splitwise helps you avoid the awkward conversations of who owes who by keeping track of any IOUs, group bills and receipts.
Users can log in to view their own individual expenses and get notified with updates or reminders. You can log money in different currencies and simplify who owes who what at the end of the trip.
Most coffee drinkers have an independent coffee shop that they will visit everyday, almost by ritual. But, what happens when you go abroad?
Just because you're on holiday, doesn't mean that you magically no longer need caffeine, and we're consistently surprised by the poor-quality stuff that we get served in hotels.
Beanhunter has your back, curating a selection of the best coffee houses near you; scroll from the safety of your own bed before making a beeline for that bean.
For those with a bad sense of direction, Citymapper is the perfect travel companion.
Simply type in your destination and the app with tell you the best way to get there, with options for walking, cycling, taking public transport or getting a taxi.
Citymapper tells you how long each journey will take, how much it will cost and even how many calories you will burn. Remember to opt in for on-the-go travel reminders, so you can avoid travelling with your eyes glued to the screen.
For those of you who don't shy away from an all-immersive travel experience, download Duolingo and become a full travel whiz.
With beginner courses in over 30 different languages, you can chat to bots to practice reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, you can even take tests to move onto the harder language stages.
Treat it like a game by earning points and tracking your progress - pretty soon you'll be ordering the most complicated thing on the menu...just to prove that you can.