View all your travel plans in one place. Forward travel confirmation emails to [email protected]
and TripIt will create a master itinerary for each of your trips that you can access anytime, anywhere—for free.
• Simply forward your confirmation emails to [email protected]
and TripIt will instantly create a master itinerary for each of your trips.
• Create trip itineraries without lifting a finger. If you’d like, TripIt can import travel plans from your Gmail, Google Apps, Outlook.com or Yahoo! mail inbox, so you don’t have to forward confirmation emails.
• Includes maps and driving directions to your next destination.
• Access your travel plans on your smartphone, tablet, computer or wearable device anytime, anywhere.
• Sync TripIt with your calendar, so your travel plans show up alongside other meetings or events.
• TripIt makes it easy to share specific plans, or your entire itinerary, with anyone.
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• Get from point A to B with the new Navigator feature, available from flight, hotel, and car rental screens.
• Scan destinations and dates more quickly with the redesigned list of upcoming trips.
• We fixed some bugs, including one that caused a crash with some devices running Android 4.x. and another that kept offline changes from syncing when you’re back online.