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The Travel Apps Every Savvy Business Traveller Needs – Part 3

We’re back with round three of the best travel apps that every savvy business traveller absolutely must have!

There are over 2 million apps in the world and we’ve sifted through (almost) all of them… Here are four more that will make your road warrior lifestyle a little easier!


Free on Android and iOS (Currently only works in US cities)

We’ve all been there… It’s crunch time. You’re about to go rock an important meeting. You’re the most prepared you’ve ever been, feeling confident, looking great, even running a few minutes early! …but you can’t find a parking spot. (Even thinking about this makes me cringe!) Download ParkWhiz now! This app directs you to nearby parking spaces in secure garages or lots in more than 200 cities across the US.


Free on Android and iOS

Slack is the future of team communication! Reduce your inbox clutter by communicating with your team members through instant private or group messages as well as share and edit documents all in one app. Users can create public or private “channels” for conversations regarding projects, topics, teams – anything! The best part? It’s available across all platforms so you can always access your messages and work no matter where you are.


The app is free but membership rates vary by city. Available on Android and iOS.

Maintaining a fitness regimen is tricky while you’re on the road, and hotels don’t always have the best gym facilities. ClassPass is a great way to access fun fitness classes in 39 cities around the world. The app will even make recommendations based on classes you enjoy and places you frequent!

Google Drive

Free on Android and iOS

Never worry about losing your work ever again. With Google Drive, you can store all of your documents in one convenient place! The app even allows you to share and edit your documents with colleagues and saves any changes you’ve made in real time.

There you go! Give these a try and let us know what you think in the comments!

Be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 in case you missed them!

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