TripCase Crew

About TripCase Crew

We are a crew of technology enthusiasts with deep roots in mobile and travel. We are passionate about connecting travelers and travel companies through powerful tools & messages.

TripCase Is Now Integrated With Gogobot

In today’s hyper-connected world, you could spend months trying to find the best things to do on your trips. There’s an endless array of lists claiming to tell you the top 10 things to do in any city, and it can be tough to figure out what’s a worthwhile suggestion. Since we’re dedicated to making […]

By |December 8th, 2015|TripCase News|4 Comments

Top 10 Best Holiday Destinations in the U.S.

Planning a getaway this holiday season? These top holiday travel destinations around the United States are drenched in the holiday spirit.

By |November 24th, 2015|Wanderlust|2 Comments

Top 10 Gift Ideas for Travelers 2015

Are you looking for the perfect gift for the traveler in your life? Look no further! Our Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers helps you pick the best gift!

By |November 24th, 2015|Travel Tips|3 Comments

TripCase v4.3.1 Release Changelog

We’re excited to let you know that our latest v4.3.1 release is now available on iTunes and Google Play! The full v4.3.1 release changelog is available below.

 

TripCase v4.3.1 Release Changelog

Change Your Language Via Mobile – as we continue to make improvements to using TripCase in nine languages, we’ve added a settings menu to the mobile app that allows you to change […]

By |November 5th, 2015|TripCase News|23 Comments

How to Choose a Laptop for Traveling

Technology has come a long way since the days our parents stalked the airport terminal, dozing off to whatever nonsense the local newscast was beaming about. Formerly, your only option for portable computing power was a laptop. Then came the era of the smartphone and tablet computer.

We have the ability to take along our music, […]

By |October 26th, 2015|Travel Technology|3 Comments

Carry-On Bag Sizes by Airline

Picking the right size bag for your carry-on can be the difference between a quick walk onto the plane or the frustration of having to check it. Each airline sets their own rules on size and weight and it can all become a bit confusing. Here are the following bag sizes and requirements for all […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Travel Tips|3 Comments

How to Fold a Suit Jacket for Packing (with GIFs)

If you travel often for business, chances are you’ve experienced the headache of trying to pack a suit in a way that will keep it clean and crisp upon arrival.

In the GIFs below, we’ll teach you a space-saving, wrinkle-free way to fold your suit jacket and pants so that it fits nicely in your carry-on bag. No extra hanging suit […]

By |October 7th, 2015|Business Travel|6 Comments

First Class vs. Business Class: What’s the Difference

You’re finally boarding the plane, checking out your seatmates, and scouting for space in the overhead bin. But first, you have to shuffle through the premium cabins. You try not to notice the passengers’ mimosas, the plush seat cushions, or the oceans of legroom – but you can’t help but imagine how sweet it would […]

By |October 7th, 2015|Travel Tips|10 Comments

Electronic Pickpocketing: Are you at risk?

Electronic Pickpocketing is the 21st century version of a crime from the dawn of time.  In the past, a classic pickpocket might exercise sleight of hand or create a diversion to slip into the night with his victim’s credit card information.  Today, they can take the unsuspecting traveler on a ride by simply passing them […]

By |October 5th, 2015|Travel Technology, Travel Tips|3 Comments

Productivity Tips: Working Away From the Office

Working in the business world, you may find it necessary to work on the go. For some, you may find yourself more often in the air than on the ground. For others, it is more the exception than the norm. But the bottom line is when you are away from the office, you not only […]

By |October 2nd, 2015|Business Travel|1 Comment
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