House vs Hotel While Traveling

Traveling these days is all about immersing more in the local culture – we want to truly experience cities like a local, not just stare at famous buildings from afar. Whether it’s going off the beaten path to find a new restaurant, attempting to learn a new language, or using public transportation, travelers today […]

By |February 12th, 2015|Travel Tips|0 Comments|

Surviving Business Travel

We all love traveling for fun – seeing family or friends, exploring new cities or relaxing on the beach. But when we’re traveling for work the thought of packing, airport security and flying feels much more like a chore. Odds are, you’ll have to travel for work at some point for a conference, client visit or company […]

By |February 12th, 2015|Travel Tips|0 Comments|

Tips For Staying Fit While Traveling

Whether you’re working all day and tired or you’ve been eating out for every meal, staying fit while traveling is tough work. You may not always have access to a gym or fitness center, and all those fancy meals can sure do a number on your diet. Traveling should be fun, though, and even when you’re away […]

By |February 11th, 2015|Team Updates|0 Comments|

Travel to Cuba

Now that the U.S. has announced that it will be opening up its doors to Cuba after 50 years, the small island should move up on your list to visit. Even though the travel restrictions to Cuba are more relaxed, that doesn’t mean it’s going to be as easy as getting on a flight […]

By |February 5th, 2015|Wanderlust|0 Comments|

Give Back While You Travel

Traveling itself is one of the greatest opportunities we have – getting to see so many beautiful sights, immersing oneself in different cultures, trying new foods, and meeting new people. Wouldn’t it be nice to give back to these communities you’ve visited that gave so much to you? Here’s a few ideas on how you can give back […]

By |February 4th, 2015|Travel Tips|0 Comments|

Travel to Europe

If you’ve always dreamed of visiting Europe or you’ve been waiting for the right opportunity to go back, now is your chance. With the Euro being the lowest it has been in over a decade and low fuel prices the time is now to travel to Europe. Here’s a list of recommended destinations for you […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Wanderlust|0 Comments|

Sleeping in Airports

Whether it’s a cancelled flight or a long layover, chances are you’ve considered sleeping in airports, or at least thought about grabbing a quick nap. Getting a quick nap in or a full nights’ sleep, you’ve no doubt found that sleeping in airports is both difficult and loud. So we’ve compiled a list of tips […]

By |February 2nd, 2015|Travel Tips|1 Comment|

TripCase v3.4.1 Release Changelog

We’re excited to let you know that our latest v3.4.1 release is now available on iTunes and Google Play! The full v3.4.1 release changelog is available below and includes some exciting new features:

TripCase v3.4.1 Release Changelog

Enhanced Add Item/Remember This Place functionality – we added Remember This Place nearly 6 months ago, and the response has been […]

Tips from the Tripps

I'm Tina Tripp, and along with my husband Ted, daughter Ashley, and son Austin, we are the Tripps, and we use TripCase whenever we travel. With TripCase, my husband stays organized on his business trips, I can keep up to date on where he is while he's traveling, and we can all keep our family trips organized and running smoothly (which makes for happy travels)!

Free-Thinking Friday #1


Like you, we’re always thinking about the travel experience. Sometimes, we’re working on a way to make it better, while other times, we’re questioning a specific travel experience, pondering exactly why it works the way it does. We have these discussions often in the TripCase office, but we’d like to invite you to join […]