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A few days ago TripIt announced that they would be launching their very popular travel application on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and we got lucky enough to get a hands-on demo of the application from them. Last night while at the ShowStoppers event here at CES 2012 the folks at TripIt took some time to walk us through the application, and as you can see they have done a really nice job with the application and design.

If you are unfamiliar with the service it is a travel planner, you forward your itinerary to them and they do the rest for you. Once the email is forwarded your itinerary will then show in the application, showing your flight information, hotel information, rental car and more. Having quick and easy access to this information on the go is priceless, and if you have yet to try it or would like to install it on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 be sure to hit the break for the market link.

 
There are 5 comments

rsehawaii says:

This appears to be a tablet optimized version of tripit, but the market link takes you to the old version of the app.

brianchris says:

I agree.....I am not sure where or how to get the "optimized version." I am confused, and this is the second article I've seen on this subject.

WAldenIV says:

Isn't it easier to just open GMail on your tab to view your travel info?

ScottJ says:

No, it's not. Have you ever read an airline generated itinerary? It's a bunch of jumbled text that takes some doing to decipher, and each carrier has variations. TripIt knows how to decode the gobbledy-gook and puts it in a nice readable format which then can be shared with friends, family, and/or colleagues with a few taps.

What's the difference between this & Worldmate?