Isn't the month of August all about taking time off from work and traveling? Many in our office are about to head out on big summer vacation. A few are even taking trips abroad, including myself. Of course since these days so many enjoy documenting their every move and sharing it, what better thing to share than a fabulous exotic vacation. This week's featured app is HipGeo - Travel Blog & Trip Journal - with this app I can share photos and text from my adventures tied to my GPS location. I'll be using this app to document my trip abroad. Remember the time when all we could do to tell people about our awesome travels was through postcards through the mail? See what modern technology has to offer with HipGeo - Travel Blog & Trip Journal...I certainly will be using it. Let us know what you think of the app and any upcoming travels you have in the comments below.
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HipGeo - Travel Blog & Trip Journal is an app that allows you to capture and share your vacations. The app offers you the ability to post even in remote areas with no wifi or cell signal (your posts will be saved on your device and automatically uploaded later), watch map-based animations of your travels and photos, live vicariously through other travelers or find cool stuff near you and seamlessly share to Facebook and Twitter. Check out a quote from Appolicious: "If you’re looking for a new way to keep track of your adventures, HipGeo is well worth checking out. Activity may be slim now, but once it picks up this app will be hard to put down." (January 18, 2012). Here is another quote from 148Apps: "It’s all pretty slick yet effective. It doesn’t take long to enter a blog post or upload some photos of the location which is bound to be a huge bonus for users too busy having fun, yet wanting to check in with friends. It’s very easy to share via Twitter or Facebook, for instance. As a more focused solution, rather than something like Tumblr, HipGeo hits the spot nicely." (March 22, 2012).