- Keep Your Trip Details Organized in One Place
- Take Advantage of an Interactive Travel Guide App
- Avoid Over-Spending on Purchases
- Communicate with the Locals
- Choose the Best Places to See, Dine, and Experience
- Dont Let Unexpected Bad Weather Ruin Your Trip
- Keep Track of What Time It Is
- Take and Share Photos of Your Trip
- Make International Calls
- Stay Entertained During Long Flights
Take and Share Photos of Your Trip
Using the camera that’s built in to your iPhone or iPad, in conjunction with the Camera and Photos apps, it’s easy to take and share photos or short videos during your trip.
You can then use an app to publish those photos in real-time on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumbler, Instagram, Flickr, or a wide range of other online social networking sites, as long as your iOS mobile device has access to the Internet. Thus, you can share your vacation adventures virtually as they happen with family, friends, and coworkers, plus maintain a detailed chronicle of your travels, without having to lug around a separate camera.
You’ll discover that the cameras that’s built in to the iPhone 4S and new iPad, when used in conjunction with many of the popular photography apps to digitally enhance images, allows you to snap photos that are as good as what you’d be able to shoot using a stand-alone point-and-shoot camera. The camera that’s built in to your iOS mobile device automatically keeps track of when and where photos are taken, and will automatically add your photos to your iCloud Photo Stream when a Wi-Fi Internet connection is available.
Many one-hour photo labs in pharmacies and mass-market retail stores, like Wal-Mart and Target (in the U.S. and abroad), now offer the ability to email your digital images right from your iPhone or iPad, and order standard-size prints that can be picked up within an hour after sending them. Typically, 4[ts]6-inch prints will cost less than 25 cents each.