2 Hot Apps to Help You Usher in Summer

By Hayley Panagakis, April 30, 2016

If it’s summer, that means there’s a new season to try out some hot apps. Here are two tools for you to test.

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Add this app to your packing list! Guides by Lonely Planet is a collection of maps for major cities around the world that can be accessed offline. Each city guide includes recommendations on restaurants and attractions, a currency converter and budgeting tips.


Filters make all the difference for selfies, so why not apply them to food? Foodie is a filter app that preps food images for Instagram. Filters are named after different tastes and textures, like barbecue and sweet or chewy and crispy. There’s also a best angle feature to help you take the best shot.

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