10 Useful iPhone Apps for Small Business Travel

Unless you’re George Clooney in Up in the Air or United Airline’s “Number One Customer,” business travel can be a very stressful experience.  Flight delays, cancellations, sky-high (no pun intended!) currency exchange rates, speeding tickets, expense tracking and planning restaurant reservations on the move can all make the difference between a painless business trip and a business trip from hell.  Check out these 10 top iPhone apps for small business travel to make sure your travel plans go off without a hitch.

App: TravelTracker Pro
What it does: Rated as best app by American Express. Comprehensive travel application which has been compared to a personal travel assistant or travel agent.

App: Currency
What it does: Up-to-date exchange rate information for over 100 currencies and countries

App: Trapster
What it does: Keep track of speed traps, red light cameras and speed cameras.

App: Babelingo
What it does: Translated phrases for a variety of situations in 11 different languages

App: Keypoint
What it does: Create presentations on your iPhone

App: Expensify
What it does: Expense- scanning app and expense reports

App: Taxi Magic
What it does: Free online taxi booking service

App: TripDoc
What it does: Travel planner and organizer

App: OpenTable
What it does: Restaurant reservations

App: Yammer
What it does: Small business social networking application for employees


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Philip Nowak is the founder of Firmology, technology focused news and insight for small businesses and online startups. He honed his entrepreneurial chops while working for his family's Chicago-based window manufacturing business. Philip graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Economics.