The Triposo Apple Watch App is Here!

Summer is not over yet and we're saving the best for last! Only a month after our Salo iOS release which featured Activity Overdrive, we are thrilled to introduce our first Apple Watch app as part of the latest iOS release called Tripe.

What does Triposo Apple Watch app do?

Triposo Apple Watch app combines the perks of this is amazing little device with those of our travel app. It gives you the right information at exactly the right time when you are wandering around. In fact, like its popular travel guide, it accompanies you while exploring a destination ...
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How Mobile is Encouraging Spontaneity

According to Pew Internet, 86% of smartphone users have used their phone to get “just-in-time” information like the score of a game, or up-to-the-minute traffic updates. The rise of real-time information seeking has cultivated a newfound feeling of spontaneity among smartphone users, who use their mobile devices as information banks and security blankets to help them step outside their comfort zones. Do smartphones encourage people to try new things? Can we harness this newfound sense of spontaneity to help people live fuller, more enjoyable lives? Can decisions made in-the-moment via smartphone impact our relationships?

With these questions in mind, we ...

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Get Your Adventure On: How to Travel More Spontaneously This Summer

If you're anything  like us, you know the value of hitting the road just for the thrill of the wind on your face. You don't need a bunch of plans or a big bucket list -- you just hit the road with a map and your sense of adventure. To help you do more of that this summer, we've put together a list of five ways to be more spontaneous during your travels. Check out this post from our CEO, Douwe Osinga, below:

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I once came across this quote on a travel forum: "Not planning is ...

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Top 10 Tequila Bars in the U.S., Just in Time for Cinco de Mayo!

Believe it or not, Cinco de Mayo isn’t just about drinking one too many margaritas and practicing your high school Spanish. The holiday originally started in Mexico as a way to commemorate the Battle of Puebla during the Mexican Wars of Independence. Though it’s not actually a national holiday in Mexico and is primarily celebrated in the Puebla region, it has taken on significance in the U.S. as a day to appreciate Mexican heritage and culture.

Regardless of its history, Cinco de Mayo is a great excuse to get more familiar with the cuisine of Mexico, not ...

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The Triposo Terrible Tourists Survey: Bad Behavior Abroad Revealed!

One of the best parts of travel is the chance to get out of your comfort zone: try new things, meet new people and have exciting experiences. Of course, it’s possible to take it a little too far. So we over here at Triposo recently conducted a survey to find out more about how people behave when they travel abroad.

Our survey covers everything from travel etiquette and manners (like hogging the arm rests and asking to switch seats incessantly) to drunken misbehavior and foreign fraternization. We talked to more than 700 respondents from 62 countries to find out ...

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If you love Shakespeare these places should be on your bucket list

Now that Shakespeare's 449th birthday is approaching we decided to check for the most Shakespearian paces to visit. We attempted to automatically identify cities and towns for which the England's dramatist produced, directly or indirectly, a noticeable increase in attractiveness for tourists. We believe that visiting the places that are linked to a famous local is a great way to explore a town - so we may work in adding that option in your favorite travel app in the future. But before we get there: here is the Shakespeare list:

London

London, UK, the long-time home of Shakespeare. The ...

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