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9 Awesome Travel Apps for Solo Female Travelers

Listen up ladies, did you know that almost two-thirds of travelers are female? Are you planning a solo travel trip? Then you need to check out our list of the best apps for solo female travelers. These resources will give you all the tools you need for a stress-free travel adventure!

Best Apps for Storing Luggage

We’ve all been there. You arrive somewhere too early to check into your Airbnb or your flight doesn’t leave until late at night, leaving you stranded with a heavy suitcase or backpack. Fortunately, there are now several apps available that make it easy to find somewhere nearby to stow your luggage away, leaving you free to go exploring or chill out in a café or bar for a few hours.

The app with the widest network of storage facilities seems to be Stasher, which has locations in more than 250 cities worldwide to include London, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, and New York. Storage locations are comprised of shops and hotels, with prices starting from USD 6.00 for 24 hours. Luggage Hero also has more than 1,000 storage locations in 40 cities around the world and charges by the hour instead of the day.

Best Apps to Find Dinner Buddies When You’re Traveling Solo

One of the reasons you probably decided to travel solo is because you don’t want to be part of some big tour group, dictated to about where you’re going and what you’re eating. However, it’s often nice to have a bit of company in the evenings after spending the whole day alone.

Oody provides the perfect solution for solo travelers looking to grab dinner with a local or fellow traveler, without having to join big meetup groups or use dating apps full of people with other intentions! It’s specifically designed for foodies to arrange one to one or small group meetups in the best local restaurants that tourists are not usually exposed to. It’s so simple and easy to use, and it’s 100% free for users. Download it here now.

Best Apps to Help You Find Clean Restrooms

As women, one of the most stressful aspects of traveling in certain destinations is the prospect of not having access to decent restroom facilities when out sightseeing. Luckily there are now several apps that have been released in recent years in an attempt to address this issue. One of the most popular apps seems to be Flush Toilet Finder, which was developed by a university student using a database of more than 190,000 public toilets. It’s free to use and also contains information about disabled facilities and if there are any fees to pay.

Best Apps to Help with Language Difficulties

Whilst it’s always important to make the effort to learn a few key phrases in the country that you are visiting, it’s impossible to learn all the languages, especially if you’re hopping from country to country or only going for a short break. Whilst Google Translate is useful to a degree, for some languages, like Japanese, it can be wildly inaccurate.

Trip Lingo is a language app that has been developed specifically with travelers in mind. It has lots of useful features such as an instant voice translator, thousands of essential phrases, an image translator that can be used for deciphering menus, and cultural tips to help you familiarise yourself with the local etiquette. The app is currently available for 13 different languages to include French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, and Japanese.

Best Apps to Ensure Your Safety

Staying safe when traveling solo should always be your number one priority, luckily there are some great apps around now which you can download before your trip in case of emergencies. The Bsafe app is designed to help women feel safe when they are out walking alone. Users can activate an SOS button by touch or voice which will send an alert and your location to a list of friends or family that have been designated as “guardians.”

Another useful safety app for solo female travelers is TripWhistle, which enables users to dial local emergency police, fire, and ambulance phone numbers anywhere in the world with a single touch. The app also reveals your location to the emergency services when on the phone to them, so you don’t need to worry about trying to figure out the address in an emergency.

Best Apps to Stay Organized

If you’re traveling for a long period, or you’re on a strict budget, it can be hard keeping on top of your finances when traveling, as unexpected expenses often occur or things cost more than you had anticipated. Trip Coin is an app that helps you to keep track of your travel budget. Each day you log all of your expenses on it and it will generate progress reports on your spending and includes exchange rates for more than 150 currencies.

TripIt is a useful app to store all of your travel details in one place, it creates a master itinerary for you using the confirmation emails you forward to it, so you know exactly where you need to be and when. The itinerary is accessible offline, so even if you are somewhere without wifi such as a subway train, you can still use it to find where you need to go.


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