Amidst the travel plans, barbecues, music festivities, children’s campgrounds, and more that can include a busy summer, you may have forgotten that we have our own events. In other words, we’re making new features to the TripIt app — to help increase awareness for our TripIt users.
Missing something new? Don’t worry — we’ve compiled the new ones, below.
We’re expanding the look of the TripIt app
If you’ve been searching around the TripIt app these days, you’ve probably noticed a few things. of the More the tab has become account tab, organized with a well -organized set of features and settings, such as your personal information and account management, your Travel Stats, and your personal safety scores and travel connections.
Tip: Continue to the Help Center for answers to your questions.
of the Excursions The tab has a new feature. Find out about your upcoming, past, and shared trips organized into different sections to make it easier to find your travels.
TripIt is available in Spanish
For our travels around the world — and as we strive to connect our app to users — you can use TripIt in Spanish, as well as English, French, and German. , and Japan. If your smartphone is set to any of these, the TripIt app will work in that language as well. For all other languages, the app will remain in English.
You can send registration emails written in Spanish to [email protected] to make a trip.
You can download our new medium widget for iOS
The TripIt widget for iOS displays the most relevant details for your upcoming trip or event, so you can quickly find the information you need without having to open the TripIt app. The TripIt widget is available in the Today View of your iPad, so you always know where to go and when.
And while the little widget gives you a quick overview of your upcoming travel plans and works as a shortcut in the app, we’ve introduced our new app for your iOS home screen and Smart Stack in you can do it again.
With the center widget, you can see more travel details, as well as links to TripIt helpful features like Nearby Places for cafes or gas stations and Navigator to see transportation options elsewhere on your trip . It’s designed with this in mind — show links to the most relevant scene at each point of your trip, depending on where you are or what you’re doing.
Related Reading: Introducing the TripIt Widget for iPhone and iPad
We have increased the inclusion of Neighborhood Safety Scores for Android users
TripIt displays safety scores from 1 to 100, indicating low to high risk, including a Health and Medical score based on COVID-19 data. Find this information in the Neighborhood Safety Scores section of your TripIt.
For Android users, we’ve also added Neighborhood Safety Scores to work, meetings, travel, theater, and concert events.
Tip: Set your personal risk level, and we’ll let you know if you’re planning to visit somewhere higher on your threshold.