Let’s Go has neither a mobile site nor cell apps available. Frommers printed one of the first travel guides (the 1957 Europe on $5 a Day). Frommer’s now publishes over 300 guidebooks as well as the Frommers.com website. Founder Arthur Frommer still actively blogs on the site, offering unique views on the journey industry sharpened by a long time of statement. Frommers doesn’t have a cell model of its website, however has published a number of iPhone apps.
Ruba has neither a mobile version nor apps, however that’s likely to change quickly, as Ruba’s staff “joined” Google in May. Whether Ruba turns into a Google property or stays a standalone website stays to be seen.
Wikitravel’s website routinely detects access from mobile devices and reformats itself for mobile viewing. There are two (paid) apps that use Wikitravel knowledge out there within the iTunes app retailer. Lonely Planet was conceived because the journal of a couple’s honeymoon journey across Europe and Asia. It advocates “accountable travel” and is still a fantastic “alternative voice” despite the fact that it’s majority owned by the BBC. And similar to Arthur Frommer, Lonely Planet co-founder Tony Wheeler pens an fascinating blog with a … Read More