Your Passenger Rights is another app that is super helpful - it lists the rules and your rights as a passenger when traveling by air, rail, maritime and road with EU companies/vendors. Don't be confused when your luggage is lost, your flight canceled or delayed or have problems traveling by bus. As long as the service provider is a EU company, you have the information in black and white.
Suzanne W. is a travel enthusiast and writes a blog - http://philatravelgirl.com/ - on her travels and her tips for budget travel and using points and other incentives to travel cheaply.
I love the WordLens App, I found out about it while I was in Santiago, Chile in April 2012 on my way to Easter Island watching a CNN story. WordLens costs $1.99 (additional languages cost extra). I chose Spanish and was able to hold the phone over menus for on screen translation, in front of food labels, signs and tourist attractions. It's super cool technology to help travelers.
This app was reviewed by Suzanne W. She writes her own blog http://philatravelgirl.com/ and is an experienced world traveler and knows how to travel on a budget and get the best deals.
Apps for international travel
Return and Current Travelers Reviews of Apps used will traveling abroad. All you need to know about the apps and how the work (or don't) and how Travelers are using them!