The 5 Google apps that solve travelers' hands

An integral part of modern man's life is the internet, but especially the "smart" mobile phone. And there are many smart and correct applications that help the user on a case-by-case basis. For that matter, what does the traveler who is in an unknown country and cannot communicate even in English do? He takes out his smartphone and "googles" what he wants to learn, using the right apps.

1. Google Now

Use Google Now to see traffic information before you set off for any destination. To know when and what kind of information to show, Google Now uses context-based data from your device and from other Google products, as well as data from third-party products that Google Now can access. For example, Google Now uses the time of day, your current location, and location history to show you the traffic in your area when you wake up in the morning. That way, you'll know how much time you'll need to visit the attraction you want and most importantly: you'll know exactly the traffic to the airport so you don't miss your return flight. Also, you can confirm through this application your hotel reservation, but also the confirmation of your air flight in case of cancellation or delay, etc.

2. Google Maps

It is the application that becomes your eyes and ears in an unknown place. It lets you know if you're lost exactly where you are and how to get to your destination, whether it's a restaurant or a famous attraction.

3. Field Trip

It is the application that acts as the "spy" of a region. Google describes Field Trip as a guide to "cool, hidden and unique things in the world around you", with a number of major partners supporting the service including Zagat, Public Art Archive and Dezeen. The Field Trip app is able to provide relevant information and points of interest based on your current location, but it goes beyond just providing information, it gives you the ability to learn about the world around you such as the history of a particular street or place. It's kind of like an electronic tour guide.

4. Google Translate

No matter how well you know English, it is not necessary that the people in the place you will visit will know the international language of communication. So the Google translate app through which you can translate what you want to say in 70 languages can be really useful for your mobile too.

5. Google+

Every trip must be immortalized and "engraved" in our memory or why not on the internet. The social network Google+ can host our photos and videos...