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TripIt: Travel Planner

TripIt: Travel Planner

TripIt, Inc.

TripIt® from Concur instantly organizes all your travel plans in one place.

4.6 Ratings 274K+ Reviews 5M+ Downloads
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Ratings & Reviews

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274.3K+ Ratings
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  • Top 3 of all apps. All time. Ever. Nov 28, 2018

    By ccmv12
    Since I started using this app, I have travelled 1,482,337 miles. I LOVE this app. I travel a lot for work (and holidays) and being able to email my booking confirmations, private and work and have them all in one place is fantastic. It changed my travel routine. Rather then show up with a folder of different printed confirmations, it’s all laid out in one place. My wife and I share our itineraries and it’s great for family trips where we book different parts. Its like I have a brilliant assistant with programming knowledge. Just bring a battery pack for your phone after a long flight :-) I try hundreds of apps each year but after many years using this app it is still the most useful thing on my phone after the calendar and mail app. Seriously, I have emailed booking confirmations as PDF’s, word docs, email etc from some really funky airlines and it’s rarely missed a beat. My only suggestion to the developers to improve on perfection might be to tie in with one of the flight map apps so I can see on the plane which country I am flying over. Those guys have nothing like the capability you do, so a tie in could be cool. Thanks again for all the travel hassle you guys saved!
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  • Aug 2, 2020

    By James Hadley
    I got this because of a Founderscard discount but it's been so useful, I haven't hesitated to keep it.If you fly a few times a year, this app will make sure you don't lose any information or miss a connection. Great work!
    more
  • Tripit is unbelievable Feb 14, 2020

    By hasta-la-vista...baby
    I don’t know what we would do without Tripit. Just our last trip, waiting in an airport restaurant, we sat next to a couple who was headed out on an extended trip. Eventually she got out her “file”. You know what it was. A printout of every email and snail mail confirmation she’d received for their trip. It had to be 2” thick. She rifled through the pages looking for the answer to her partner’s question. Outrageous. It’s like I’ve often told my wife about auto GPS’s, “it’s a good thing they were invented because it was just getting to the point where we could not possibly keep up with the twists and turns of the highway system.” Well we couldn’t possibly keep track of all our travel plans either. With all the changes, delays, incentives, connections, delays, gate changes, travel would be a nightmare. Like my car gps, I no longer try to figure out the route, i just take the turns it tells me to take. Same with TripIt. It’s like having a personal concierge at my side making the right decisions for me and telling me where to go when. Awesome app, get the picture?
    more
  • Jul 1, 2020

    By Chris Lewandowski
    What is this email I received from Google saying that TripIt has not passed their required verification process and, as a result, will no longer be able to access my Gmail starting July 8th 2020? If TripIt can't access my Gmail, then it probably won't work right and will be useless to me. Is someone working on this? 01July 2020 Update: Thank you for the response. Changed my rating to five stars for the quick attention to this matter.
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  • Two basic functions done well, the rest of the app is unimpressive Apr 29, 2019

    By AIM Fan for Years
    This tool began as a master itinerary planner. You email them your itineraries from multiple sources (hotel, airline, restaurant, etc.) and it puts them together into a trip plan. This function is strong even if some small details (like sending a subsequent updated itinerary may lead to two of the same flight showing on the same date, which you then have to manually edit) can be trying. The other strong function is the points tracker, which is informative but not as critical as the trip planning tool. However, other functions sound good on paper but don’t have the usefulness a discerning traveler requires. Take the seat tracker for example. If you book a premium economy seat on BA and want to search for an outside aisle seat, you can search for aisle seats in front of the wing, behind the wing, or anywhere. This cabin can be both on and behind the wing so there’s no way to narrow the search appropriately. And if you want a premium economy cabin seat, you have to add the cabin to economy rather than say you want only premium economy. If you want an outside aisle seat (not a middle aisle), forget it - that’s not an option. So this app is the epitome of good intentions poorly delivered. But still worth using if you don’t expect too much.
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  • Jul 11, 2020

    By Maximiliano Lewenhaupt
    PRO USER. UNINSTALLED FOR GOOD Updated review. This app is a joke. All trips has to be imported manually. Also if you send the trips to plans email, they get all messed up. And if you edit to correct they never get saved. i delete all the trips and remove this bad app for ever. WORST APP. WORST SERVICE AND WORST SUPPORT.
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Jeff Curry
    When I book a trip, it shows up every year. Also, I'm not sure TripIt uses any deduplication algorithm at all. Every email about an event appears to create a TripIt entry. I've spent too much time manually deleting duplicates, triplicates, etc.
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  • Freakishly frustrating and sometimes great. May 16, 2019

    By PreskitDave
    User interface is inadequate from iPad and iPhone. No ability to copy(duplicate) an event. No drag and drop. No ability to have overlapping vacation schedules and keep the entries separated between two users. Unable to add some details for some events, for example, an end time not available for some activities. Notes not available to add in some events. Unclear interface caused me to accidentally merge two different vacations into one “trip”, losing duplicate records which had extensive comments added. Under a cruise ship port (e.g. The port for Athens) overwrites all port notes for other ports on the same cruise. Look, if you are going to another port, why would you want to a) loose your comments regarding transportation in Venice and b) what use would Athens transportation have on the day you are in Venice. I have loved this software. I’ve used it for a half dozen trips or more. The software successfully imports most airline tickets, train tickets, and hotel reservations, etc. via a simple forwarded email. This part is very elegant in creating a calendar of a trip. It is really useful. Just travel alone or have the exact same itinerary as anyone you travel with. With this combined trip, I want to pull out my hair.
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  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Danielle M
    APP DOES NOT WORK...tried using email to froward from priceline and only took a couple out of my trips and did not show them all and scrambled the dates. Also was not able to snyc email. Getting error
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By James Richardson
    Was looking to do a cross country road trip and wanted to see what's all along the way to do..... Apparently this app is not that. If you have an email with an itinerary and you just want to be fancy.... this app may be for you.
    more
  1. Instantly creates a master journey plan for each trip based on your bookings! Have all your travel plans in one place
  2. Automatically updates the journey plan with email reservations so you never waste time looking for them. Have access even when offline
  3. Don’t let canceled flights ruin the trip! Find alternative flights & get useful information about the designated city before even getting there

Reviewed by Laura S on December 15, 2017

  • Top 3 of all apps. All time. Ever. Nov 28, 2018

    By ccmv12
    Since I started using this app, I have travelled 1,482,337 miles. I LOVE this app. I travel a lot for work (and holidays) and being able to email my booking confirmations, private and work and have them all in one place is fantastic. It changed my travel routine. Rather then show up with a folder of different printed confirmations, it’s all laid out in one place. My wife and I share our itineraries and it’s great for family trips where we book different parts. Its like I have a brilliant assistant with programming knowledge. Just bring a battery pack for your phone after a long flight :-) I try hundreds of apps each year but after many years using this app it is still the most useful thing on my phone after the calendar and mail app. Seriously, I have emailed booking confirmations as PDF’s, word docs, email etc from some really funky airlines and it’s rarely missed a beat. My only suggestion to the developers to improve on perfection might be to tie in with one of the flight map apps so I can see on the plane which country I am flying over. Those guys have nothing like the capability you do, so a tie in could be cool. Thanks again for all the travel hassle you guys saved!
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By James Hadley
    I got this because of a Founderscard discount but it's been so useful, I haven't hesitated to keep it.If you fly a few times a year, this app will make sure you don't lose any information or miss a connection. Great work!
    more
  • Tripit is unbelievable Feb 14, 2020

    By hasta-la-vista...baby
    I don’t know what we would do without Tripit. Just our last trip, waiting in an airport restaurant, we sat next to a couple who was headed out on an extended trip. Eventually she got out her “file”. You know what it was. A printout of every email and snail mail confirmation she’d received for their trip. It had to be 2” thick. She rifled through the pages looking for the answer to her partner’s question. Outrageous. It’s like I’ve often told my wife about auto GPS’s, “it’s a good thing they were invented because it was just getting to the point where we could not possibly keep up with the twists and turns of the highway system.” Well we couldn’t possibly keep track of all our travel plans either. With all the changes, delays, incentives, connections, delays, gate changes, travel would be a nightmare. Like my car gps, I no longer try to figure out the route, i just take the turns it tells me to take. Same with TripIt. It’s like having a personal concierge at my side making the right decisions for me and telling me where to go when. Awesome app, get the picture?
    more
  • Jul 1, 2020

    By Chris Lewandowski
    What is this email I received from Google saying that TripIt has not passed their required verification process and, as a result, will no longer be able to access my Gmail starting July 8th 2020? If TripIt can't access my Gmail, then it probably won't work right and will be useless to me. Is someone working on this? 01July 2020 Update: Thank you for the response. Changed my rating to five stars for the quick attention to this matter.
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  • Making Live Easier and Organized Nov 29, 2018

    By Johnnyd23
    This is a great app and it has worked for me 98% from the time I downloaded it for my iPhone. I travel 25 weeks a year and this has made me more organized and efficient. I email my air, hotel, train or car rental confirms to Tripit and with in minutes it's all on my iPhone. To have a single place to have ALL of my travel info is a dream. I use to be in the back of a cab and the driver would ask "What is the address of the hotel?" I would have to open my briefcase backpack find the file, find the hotel info and tell the guy, then get to the hotel and go through the process again at the hotel when they can't find my confirm number. Now I look at the specific trip on TripIt and it's all there. If you are a business traveler this is an awesome app. I was so impressed with the free version I upgrading to the paid version. Thanks TripIt, keep the updates coming, it just keeps getting better and better.
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  • Great App but Pro edition not so much Nov 30, 2019

    By funnybone MIA
    I travel a lot (103k to date 2019) and my corporate travel is through concur so TripIt is a vital app for me. The interface and 90% of the app is fantastic. However, the pro part is where I have a tough time warranting the $48 membership. After nearly a year use of this App through all 103k and 93 flights I can say that Pro is not worth the price. 1. Point tracker is worthless considering most airlines/hotels/car rentals all have their own apps and typically have the most current data. 2. Go now works in US but it is rare that it works international and you have to have the app “always” on to work feature. 3. Security wait times I think the number of airports this actually tells you info for is very limited 4. Lounge fairly useless for frequent travelers who have access to airline specific 5. International info, quick reference guide is nice but certainly not worth annual paid membership alone 6. Share with family/friend, would be worth it if they didn’t require a Pro membership to view it! 7. Flight change is worthless to me because everything needs to be done through my corporate travel agency 8. Flight delay I have found the airlines own apps to often be more current
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  • Customer service is lacking. Many bugs Jan 21, 2019

    By CarolynBali
    I used TripIt pro for two years very happily, and then somehow my ex partners email address became associated with the account, And it kept requesting his password which I did not have access to. It was impossible to purge his email address from the account, so I let my subscription run out so that I could start completely fresh. I even neglected the offer to renew at half price, and bought the full new subscription for $49, to avoid any association with my old account. When I went to begin syncing my new TripIt pro account with my iCal and other options offered, it informed me that the function could not be completed because there was already an identical account using my email. There is no way to get real-time assistance from a live chat or call anyone. If you have a problem you have to wait a couple of days for them to email you back, and even then there is no guidance to walk you through fixing the problem. I’ve wasted many hours of my valuable time trying to get the service that I have paid for. Very disappointed and frustrated! 😟
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  • Travel Scheduling at its finest! Aug 23, 2019

    By cdebriyn
    I enjoy using TripIt. It’s easy to forward confirmations to the planit email and update an itinerary. I travel every other week and gives me flight notifications almost before the Airline sends me their notifications! Only reason I didn’t put 5 stars is because I wish there were additional options for the itinerary. It’s great for reservations and confirmations, not for activities.... I used this when I went to Europe twice and we literally had a schedule for every part of the day including working out. I wish there were options of..... workout, hiking, drive time, and a way to move the activities around throughout the day rather then put a specific time. Also would be nice to delete ALL the sections that don’t need to be fill out. It’s a tad clunky to use TripIt on the computer and sometimes it doesn’t save or update my entries. I was a little frustrated at first, but just constantly save my updates. Overall, I enjoy using it. But I also wish I could share the itinerary with people without them having to pay for it. That’s a bummer.
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  • Good travel App but can be improved Jan 31, 2018

    By jciek
    The app is good and practical. Since WorldMate's discontinuation (the best App that was available to manage trips in my view), TripIt Pro is the App that I find to be the closest to it. After trying many others that are available in the App Store, I found TripIt to be the best one out there. Well thought with good features. However, I would suggest two improvements to it: 1. To allow flight searches from within the app. No need to have the option to buy tickets from within the app but it would be very helpful to be able to search for flights independently from any saved trip (this option was available in WorldMate). 2. It would be very helpful to have the possibility to add trips' information on already existing calendars without having to subscribe to a new one (currently, one has to subscribe to a new TripIt calendar). This is particularly true when your calendar is accessible to your assistant and/or colleagues so they can check your availability.
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  • Easy Trip Planning Jun 26, 2018

    By Bbpromanage
    Most all trips weather they be for work/aiding a need, educational/exploratory, or just leisurely/vacation. you can bet it will require a great deal of planning, coordination, and communication to pull it off without a hitch. That's why I am very glad I found trip planner, as a father of six amazing children, any trip can quickly escalate into a huge undertaking. Tripit makes the entire production of planning a successful journey seem easy, as a simple, and even fun, application to log every last contact, phone number, reservation, confirmation, to the last detail. it doesn't stop there! Once the trip begins Tripit is still there to help, not just as a reference tool, but provides safety reports for each event based on it's local crime stats, provides directions and maps one with simple push, gets you from here to the next activity on time. Now the icing on the cake, it even assists you in capturing, documenting, and organizing the amazing experience each event brings, by providing individual notes sections, ane even a place to store photos within each event. Tripit is definitely a must have app when planning any trip. Because it allows you to focus on the experience, while Tripit is handling all the plans! And MORE!!! You're my personal Tripit planning assistant!!!
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  • Two basic functions done well, the rest of the app is unimpressive Apr 29, 2019

    By AIM Fan for Years
    This tool began as a master itinerary planner. You email them your itineraries from multiple sources (hotel, airline, restaurant, etc.) and it puts them together into a trip plan. This function is strong even if some small details (like sending a subsequent updated itinerary may lead to two of the same flight showing on the same date, which you then have to manually edit) can be trying. The other strong function is the points tracker, which is informative but not as critical as the trip planning tool. However, other functions sound good on paper but don’t have the usefulness a discerning traveler requires. Take the seat tracker for example. If you book a premium economy seat on BA and want to search for an outside aisle seat, you can search for aisle seats in front of the wing, behind the wing, or anywhere. This cabin can be both on and behind the wing so there’s no way to narrow the search appropriately. And if you want a premium economy cabin seat, you have to add the cabin to economy rather than say you want only premium economy. If you want an outside aisle seat (not a middle aisle), forget it - that’s not an option. So this app is the epitome of good intentions poorly delivered. But still worth using if you don’t expect too much.
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  • Jul 10, 2020

    By paula ansell
    Good app for storing information although... it has been syncing offline for a while now and I can't access our trip information. Help!!!
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  • Jun 15, 2020

    By Megan O'Brien
    Absolutely love it! If it actually worked... I've logged my hotels in but everytime I go on to view that holiday it's removed the hotels, I have to shut the app down several times before it loads my existing information. Also, I've tried inviting my sister to collaborate on the holiday several times and it keeps saying error? I've tred this a few times on different days and it's not getting anyway... Possibly a bug in the system?
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  • Limited uses Sep 24, 2019

    By lpanbos
    I was hoping this could replace the trip bundling feature that google inbox had. It does a good job of collecting your itinerary based on reservations (flight, hotel, car rental, restaurant reservations, etc) anything that has a booking confirmation that you can email. What it doesn’t do is allow you to plan other more vague aspects of a trip like attractions you want to go to, or restaurants that you don’t necessarily want to reserve. In google inbox i was able to do that by creating notes that I would include in a trip bundle. The app notifications are also kind of broken and had to be turned off. My next trip is months away yet I keep getting notifications about my “upcoming travel” everyday.
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  • Reliable, but a bit too viral (and needy) Oct 15, 2018

    By Prometheas
    TripIt is a decent app and service. Neither the app nor the website is in any danger of winning UX or UI of The Year awards from… well, anyone, but it gets the job done. I have always been impressed with the service’s ability to parse and import flights, hotels, Airbnb bookings into your trip itineraries by forwarding confirmation emails, though there continue to be rough edges around some smaller carriers (and ferry bookings have never worked). I also appreciate that various other apps (like a number of packing list apps) integrate well with TripIt. It’s annoying that the app makes it difficult to share itinerary info without getting the email addresses of the recipients. I never liked the idea of feeding my friends’ and family’s email addresses to some company’s spam bots. But in this post-Facebook-shadow-contacts world, supporting a public share URL (like google docs or Evernote) is a no-brainer. I also wish someone would have a go at the data entry UX for itinerary items. It’s very functional, but outright cumbersome.
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  • Freakishly frustrating and sometimes great. May 16, 2019

    By PreskitDave
    User interface is inadequate from iPad and iPhone. No ability to copy(duplicate) an event. No drag and drop. No ability to have overlapping vacation schedules and keep the entries separated between two users. Unable to add some details for some events, for example, an end time not available for some activities. Notes not available to add in some events. Unclear interface caused me to accidentally merge two different vacations into one “trip”, losing duplicate records which had extensive comments added. Under a cruise ship port (e.g. The port for Athens) overwrites all port notes for other ports on the same cruise. Look, if you are going to another port, why would you want to a) loose your comments regarding transportation in Venice and b) what use would Athens transportation have on the day you are in Venice. I have loved this software. I’ve used it for a half dozen trips or more. The software successfully imports most airline tickets, train tickets, and hotel reservations, etc. via a simple forwarded email. This part is very elegant in creating a calendar of a trip. It is really useful. Just travel alone or have the exact same itinerary as anyone you travel with. With this combined trip, I want to pull out my hair.
    more
  • Jul 31, 2020

    By Erica Turley-De Villa
    The app constantly freezes! I want to like it but it's extremely time consuming and tiresome.
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  • Disappointed Apr 20, 2018

    By Memphis Willie
    I pay premium each year. It’s great that it syncs with concur. But, manual addition of trips is pathetic from an interface perspective. It also merges trips rather than creating new trips when bookings come over from concur. Mixing trips because the end date of one overlaps with beginning date of next. For example, tonight I had to manually separate two trips. I had to execute the move option three times. Each time it looked like the flight and car were moved to a new trip. I would then look but no new trip in my trip list. I would refresh. Still no trip. I would go back into the original trip and the mixed travel plans were still there. I moved them again. Eventually, two new trips showed in my trip list but were empty. The original trip which was mixed had all of the bookings still in one trip. One more move and it finally stuck. Mail in feature of adding flights, hotels, and car rentals does usually work. If it were not for that feature, I would cancel my subscription.
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  • Jun 20, 2020

    By Katherine Mao
    Would be nice if things actually worked. The map view only shows the first 2 locations and would not move or zoom. No good options for just adding a site, has to be some activity. Even though you are asked for the trip dates, all date selection defaults back to today's date and you have to scroll through the months. After entering a start date, the end date also still defaults to today. Good for parsing email reservations, bad for creating your own items.
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  • Feb 22, 2020

    By Stuart Lending
    Updated - Needs a lot of work. It should provide boarding passes after they are sent to tripit. It doesn't let you enter your phone number from your phone (laptop works). Not even from desktop mode on phone because it does it "automatically". Except it doesn't. It also won't let you delete a single flight that it has in error. The app is okay at finding flights in email though. It couldn't see one leg of my trip, is there a maximum of 5 flights?
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  • Jul 11, 2020

    By Maximiliano Lewenhaupt
    PRO USER. UNINSTALLED FOR GOOD Updated review. This app is a joke. All trips has to be imported manually. Also if you send the trips to plans email, they get all messed up. And if you edit to correct they never get saved. i delete all the trips and remove this bad app for ever. WORST APP. WORST SERVICE AND WORST SUPPORT.
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Jeff Curry
    When I book a trip, it shows up every year. Also, I'm not sure TripIt uses any deduplication algorithm at all. Every email about an event appears to create a TripIt entry. I've spent too much time manually deleting duplicates, triplicates, etc.
    more
  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Danielle M
    APP DOES NOT WORK...tried using email to froward from priceline and only took a couple out of my trips and did not show them all and scrambled the dates. Also was not able to snyc email. Getting error
    more
  • Jul 28, 2020

    By James Richardson
    Was looking to do a cross country road trip and wanted to see what's all along the way to do..... Apparently this app is not that. If you have an email with an itinerary and you just want to be fancy.... this app may be for you.
    more
  • Jul 22, 2020

    By Kyle Hsieh
    Installed and not able to launch at all on my android phone. Just keep crushing
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