5 Apps Which Help You To Organize The Perfect Honeymoon On A Student Budget

January 24, 2020

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5 Apps Which Help You To Organize The Perfect Honeymoon On A Student Budget

It’s not always easy to get married and have a honeymoon with your loved one when you are both still students. This is when great planning comes in because the better you prepare, the more likely you will be to use less money while still having a great trip. Here are five apps that will help you to organize the perfect honeymoon on a student budget.

#1 Hopper

Hopper is an app that shows you the cheapest flights and allows you to book both flights and hotels. Not only will it show you the best deals available, but it will also tell you whether or not you should wait and see if the prices will be better. Once they go down, Hopper will notify you about the new prices prompting you to book the flight immediately.

Moreover, Hopper claims to be able to predict prices with 95% accuracy. In addition to that, you can check prices for up to one year in advance and still get such feedback. The flights are also available internationally to any place in the world.

If you are planning to travel a lot during your honeymoon or you are simply planning to go to a different country, this is the app you want to be using to get your plane tickets. It will save you a ton of time and money because you won’t have to search for good flights for long and you will not have to pay more than you actually can pay.

#2 Mygola

As mentioned earlier, honeymoons need planning to make them work well. This is why such planner apps like Mygola are so useful. It combines everything you would want a mobile application for travelers to have (and it’s suitable for newlywed student couples).

Mygola is an app where you can find all kinds of tourist destinations including events you can attend and activities you can participate in. This means that you will be aware of everything there is to see and do in the place where you are going. Once you’ve chosen the things you like most, you can create a personalized plan to follow.

The only downside is that Mygola only operates a limited number of cities for now. You can use it for Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sydney, Toronto, Dublin, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangalore, Goa, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Mallorca, and New Delhi.

#3 SayHi

SayHi is great for anyone who is going abroad and doesn’t know the language of the place they are going to. Of course, you could use a translation service like The Word Point for learning more things, but it won’t always be of much use in situations when you need an instant translation right then and there.

To put it simply, SayHi is an app that specializes in speech-to-speech translations. Not only does it work with languages, but it also understands some dialects (90 languages and dialects in whole). The app claims to have 95% accuracy when it comes to speech recognition. The app is customizable too, so you can set up either a male or a female voice.

For couples who don’t have the budget for a personal guide, this is definitely one of the best solutions. The only downside of the app is that you will need an Internet connection for it to work. But that will most likely not be much of a nuisance.

#4 Trip Advisor App

Everybody knows about Trip Advisor, but not everyone knows that the website has a specialized app that you can install and use on-the-go even without an Internet connection. If you want to get objective and unbiased reviews and information on the numerous hotels, tourist sites, attractions, and more. Well, you probably know how it goes by this point.

Trip Advisor App has everything that the website offers. This means that you will be able to find the best places to go and the best things to see. In addition to that, tourists are often the ones who share interesting tips about how you can save money by doing certain things. If you go through the app more carefully, you will definitely find such “hacks” to use.

#5 Travel Budget App

Last but not least, Travel Budget App is the one thing that will assist your budgeting the most. No matter how much you plan, you might still end up spending more simply because you can’t (or don’t want to) keep track of all your expenses. This is when the Travel Budget App comes in and saves the day.

The first thing you will need to do after installing the app is input your budget and the first expenses you’ve had such as plane tickets, accommodation, and anything else you have already booked. Once you are at your destination point, you will need to continue inputting anything else you spend to see how your budget is going.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, all these apps can be quite helpful for any student who is about to have their honeymoon with their loved one. Try to use the apps together for a greater effect and you will be able to save a lot of time and money.

Author Frank Hamilton is a blogger and translator from Manchester. He is a professional writing expert in such topics as blogging, digital marketing and self-education. He also loves traveling and speaks Spanish, French, German and English.