Here’s a list of our favorite GPS apps for Android.
1.YP Local Search & Gas Prices (Free)
YP Local Search & Gas Prices is an app that helps users find what they’re looking for in any given location. Find movie theaters, hotels, mechanics, gas stations, and restaurants by using voice commands. A unique gas price search will help you find the best gas prices nearby. Helpful rating reviews will help you pick the best place to go. This virtual phone book has an added layer of extra information making this a valuable traveling resource. You can download YP Local Search & Gas Prices from the Google Play Store here.
Poynt is a travel app that uses your GPS to quickly find nearby businesses. Search for movie times, restaurants, gas stations or events. The movie search is a guide to the box office. The business search is a mobile version of the yellow pages. And the events feature lets users find concerts or special screenings. You can download Poynt from the Google Play Store here.
3. Kayak (Free)
Kayak is a travel app for Android and it does just about everything the site does. Users can compare rental deals, look up baggage fees, track flight status, view itinerary and more. Kayak travel app is an essential app when going on vacation. You can download Kayak at the Google Play Store here.
4. Urbanspoon (Free)
Urbanspoon helps users find nearby restaurants with a simple shake. By activating the program on your smartphone with this gesture it will present the best results. Not finding anything you like? Keep shaking until you find the perfect spot. You can download Urbanspoon from the Google Play Store here.
5. Where (Free)
Where is a travel app developed by Where Inc. Search and discover nearby restaurants, stores and bars. Receive special offers and deals at local businesses. Share what you find with your friends and help them discover something new. You can download Where from the Google Play Store here.
6. Waze Social GPS Maps & Traffic (Free)
Waze is a social GPS and map service. Community members can share traffic accidents, hazards, police and other incidents to alert other drivers on the road. Voice navigation and one-tap access to Facebook events make this a rare shareable app. Let friends know you’re on your way by sending a live ETA and link that shows where you are. Gain points by sharing more information and move up in the rankings. You can download Waze Social GPS Maps & Traffic from the Google Play Store here.
7. Fly Delta (Free)
Fly Delta is a popular travel app by Delta Air Lines, Inc. Fly Delta app lets users find and compare domestic and international flights. Reschedule missed connections or canceled flights. Change your seat from your phone and maps help flyers navigate around airports. Fly Delta make your flying experience enjoyable. You can download Fly Delta from the Google Play Store here.
8. HRS App (Free)
HRS is a hotel reservation app that helps users find a room fast. Users can easily check into the hotel and your room will be prepared before you know it. You can download HRS from the Google Play Store here.
9. Currency Converter (Free)
Currency is a simple currency converter by Pocketools.com. The converter lets users track currency from all over the world. The app creates charts that will pair two currencies against each other and they can set up portfolios with this information.The currency converter is a a must have before heading over to Europe or Mexico. You can download Currency Converter from the Google Play Store here.
10. NYC Bus and Subway Maps (Free)
The Big Apple has one of the best transit systems, but It can also become the most confusing, which is why this app is useful. Users will have full access to MTA Subway and Bus Maps from all five boroughs of New York City. Receive quick links to online route details and create custom shortcuts for the home page. The app is touch-sensitive and lets users zoom, swipe and has a variety of other functions. Save your map tiles and helps you memorize your favorite routes. You can download NYC Bus and Subway Maps from the Google Play Store here.