SitOrSquat: For those who need to go when they're on the go.The app is loaded with more than 100,000 public restrooms and can pinpoint the nearest to your location. Even better, the bathrooms come with a rating -- "Sit" if it is clean, or "Squat" if it's not.
RunGo: Fancy some exercise on your travels but not sure where to run? This app delivers suitable and safe routes with voice navigation in a host of locations.
Airbnb: You knew about renting homes, but did you know you can also sign up for experiences with local experts and even make a dinner reservation?
PackPoint: Need a packing checklist but don't have time to make one? This app lets input your destination and dates and it will come up with a list of things to take based on your likely activities.
AccuWeather: There are lots of weather apps, but this oneis available in more than 100 different languages and provides minute-by-minute forecasts that are hyper-localized.
Citymapper: This app takes the digital map one stage further and helps you get around in a large city with transit maps, real-time departure information as well as disruption alerts and biking and walking directions.
Detour: An audio app for those who want to learn about the area but not onan organized tour. It offers walking tours in a limited number of major cities, written and narrated by locals.
WiFi Map: A crowdsourced app that lets you locate the nearest WiFi hotspot, complete with passwords.
Dayuse: Identifies hotels where you can book a room for the dayso you can relax, take a shower, or just get some work done before that evening flight.
Google Translate: The language barrier need not be such a hurdle with Google's translation app. It can translate 103 different languages, just by typing the text into your phone.
TravelBank: Agree your travel budget with your employer then use the app to book items such as hotels and flights and keep track of expenses. The app bundles the budgets together so if you save in one area, you can splurge in another.
AirHelp: Ifyou have a travel "flightmare" you can input your airline ticket info into the app and it will file a compensation claim for you. If your claim is successful, the app will automatically transfer your funds into your account.
Uber: Even if you're not a user at home, the high-tech transport company could be a useful app to have while traveling.
XE Currency: This app helps you keep real-time tabs on how much you're spending in the local currency.
Mobile Passport: This app helps US citizens, and Canadian citizens on B1 or B2 visas, to speeding through US Customs and Border Protection.