The app formerly known as SimpleSteps, has taken off the kid gloves and now comes across as that dude at the gym you always try to avoid. The slightly aggressively named, Diets are for Idiots, aims to take things back to basics by reminding you to do things like drink water daily.
So flight number, departure times, ticket details and the general stuff you need at the airport are all kept in the app. But App in the Air can also track your flight for delays and by inputting contact details of those waiting for you to arrive, it will send real-time updates so they know exactly when you’ll land. Clever, eh?
Type out the text in your language and Google Translate will spit back the required translation in up to 132 dialects. You can even talk into it and receive the correct phrases that you need. Through some form of magic, you can even point your camera at a sign or piece of text and it can translate up to 30 languages too.
1 Hotels, the sustainable lifestyle hotel brand, has announced the opening of its flagship 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge accommodation in New York. The 10-storey building has 194 guest rooms with sliding floor-to-ceiling doors that offer incredible views of the East River and the iconic Manhattan skyline.
Bang & Olufsen has announced the Beolit 17 – the portable speaker that aims to add a personal touch to your listening choices – through it’s B&O PLAY brand.
Frescobol Carioca has revealed its upcoming Jardim Bôtanico Spring/Summer 2017 collection. With designs based on the Brazilian protected park of the same name that lies at the foot of the Corcovado Mountain, the latest swimshorts are delivered in a range of leafy prints and styles to make you stand out on the beach.
There’s a new way to discover Portugal thanks to a genius new website and app launch. Tap Portugal helps travellers to book up to three nights in the stunning country as part of a longer trip.