Upstart apps have been nipping at the heels of big travel publishers but Frommer's demonstrates that the big dogs still have plenty of bark left.
[T]he summer travel season is upon us, and vacation isn’t too far away. So, over the past week, I tested a couple of iPad apps for travel. To be clear, these apps aren’t geared toward finding deals on flights or hotels, but are digital guides that offer written and visual information about various destinations.
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