TripIt: Travel Planner

TripIt: Travel Planner

By TripIt

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2009-04-10
  • Current Version: 11.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 128.58 MB
  • Developer: TripIt
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 126,696 Ratings


AN EASIER TRIP, EVERY TIME This isn’t your average travel app. Imagine checking one place for everything, and knowing about things before they happen. See why life without TripIt is a distant memory for millions of travelers. YOU HANDLE THE BOOKING, WE'LL TAKE IT FROM THERE Unlike other apps, it doesn’t matter where you book. TripIt can manage it all. As soon as you book a flight, hotel, car or other reservation, simply forward it to and we’ll instantly add plans to your master itinerary. ACCESS AND SHARE YOUR PLANS IN AN INSTANT No more frantically searching through your inbox for important details like when your flight gets in, or your confirmation number. Get to them instantly in TripIt, even when you’re offline. Plus, we make it easy to send travel plans to your calendar, or to anyone you choose. Manage all your plans for free with TripIt, or for about the price of checking your bags, upgrade to Tripit Pro to get stress-free travel all year long. When you upgrade, TripIt Pro will do all this for you (and more!): WHILE YOU'RE PLANNING YOUR TRIP • Help you find a better seat • Monitor for flight refunds • Remind you when to check in BEFORE YOU'RE OUT THE DOOR • Tell you when to leave for the airport • Send real-time flight alerts • Let you know how long the security lines are WHILE YOU'RE ON THE MOVE • Provide interactive airport and terminal maps • Send terminal and gate reminders • Tell you baggage claim info • Give you access to airport lounges with LoungeBuddy For more information, see the TripIt User Agreement ( and Privacy Policy (



  • Indespnsible

    By Oopbabadoo
    That is Tripit. I have used it for all my travels for years now. Am currently on the road with 6 legs ahead of me...& am relying on Tripit to keep me on schedule. The paid version is definitely worth it.
  • Excellent

    By Hi 3214
    Not sure how i ever traveled without it. All my travel information in one place is extremely helpful
  • Late update

    By homerun89
    It s not live update from the main United airline. It s taking over 25 mins to alert after that.
  • Best assistant- once set up, a great app to consolidate trip activity

    By old and simple
    Once you have it set up to automatically acquire your information from an email, it does it’s magic. Groups your itinerary with flights, accomodation and rental cars. Essential if you have booked something and have the email confirmation then TripIt gets it and sorts. A great tool to manage travel.
  • Makes travel easy

    By moching
    Keeps all my work travel details easily organized. Much easier than using calendar for these details.
  • Free version is great; make a family flat fee version

    By AntigoneT
    Free version is great. I would love to go Pro but we don’t usually travel for work and I don’t like to subscribe to any apps that aren’t paid for by someone else. I wish the Pro was available for a flat fee, I would pay even 40$. I know subscriptions are how companies make $$ but this is a useful app for families and it would be nice to have that tier.
  • Reliable, but a bit too viral (and needy)

    By Prometheas
    TripIt is a decent app and service. Neither the app nor the website is in any danger of winning UX or UI of The Year awards from… well, anyone, but it gets the job done. I have always been impressed with the service’s ability to parse and import flights, hotels, Airbnb bookings into your trip itineraries by forwarding confirmation emails, though there continue to be rough edges around some smaller carriers (and ferry bookings have never worked). I also appreciate that various other apps (like a number of packing list apps) integrate well with TripIt. It’s annoying that the app makes it difficult to share itinerary info without getting the email addresses of the recipients. I never liked the idea of feeding my friends’ and family’s email addresses to some company’s spam bots. But in this post-Facebook-shadow-contacts world, supporting a public share URL (like google docs or Evernote) is a no-brainer. I also wish someone would have a go at the data entry UX for itinerary items. It’s very functional, but outright cumbersome.
  • Alrighty then

    By Papa.whiskey
    I can pick out a fake rating like a hound dog. Some of these on here were generated by tripit staff.
  • Killing me with flight review pop-up

    By the_pauler
    No matter how many times I fill out and submit/dismiss a flight review that pops up, it reopens every time I check the app. Should be a way to opt-out
  • The professional travel planning for business travelers

    By Ahmed Jan
    The basic version serves very well regular travelers. However, if you are a frequent or business travelers, you can’t go wrong by upgrading to the Pro version (with instant sms and push-in notifications), taking you into a new level of reliability and peace-of-mind.