Like many Canadians, I’m embarking on the time-honoured practice this weekend of piling into a car, driving for hours along kilometres of highway, stopping only for bathroom breaks, roadside diners and anything with “world’s largest” in the title. And also like many Canadians, I’ll be carting along my smartphone, unable to fully detach myself from the world of digital comforts.
For those of you who will be taking a similar road trip this summer, you can make them that much easier and more enjoyable by loading up some of these apps before you head out:
How to get there: By now you’re likely familiar with the basic mapping software like Google Maps and Apple’s Maps software. If you’re looking for an alternative, though, try checking out Waze or HERE Maps. Waze gained quite a following during the early days of the Apple Maps fallout, and was a popular alternative for many iPhone users for its social mapping approach. Other Waze users can mark maps in an area to help out other drivers byRead More »from Make the most of your summer road trip with these apps