Trips by Lonely Planet APK

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Explore every day with Trips by Lonely Planet

APP Information

Download Version (10000028)
Apk Size23.53 MB
App DeveloperLonely Planet
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.lonelyplanet.trips.apk

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App Description

Trips by Lonely Planet is lonelyplanet,trips,travel,local, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Lonely Planet website who developed it. com.lonelyplanet.trips.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 120+ times on store. You can also download com.lonelyplanet.trips APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Explore every day with Trips by Lonely Planet — a beautiful, simple and intuitive way to share travel experiences. Upload photos and videos to your timeline, then share your trip with your friends, family and fellow travelers. Discover new places, be inspired by stories from the Lonely Planet community and start planning your next adventure.
We extend our warmest thanks to the contributors whose photography appears in our Play Store screenshots:
* Share:
    * Alex Howard ("Hiking the Na Pali Coast")
* Create:
    * Brad Haynes ("The wonderful wildlife of South Africa")
* Explore:
    * Emma Sparks ("Classic Venice")
    * Annie Spratt ("48 Hours in Sydney")
* Discover:
    * Unsplash; Tommy Lisbin ("Adventure")
    * Pieter Ras; 500px ("Wildlife and Nature")
    * Annie Spratt ("Cities")
    * Wanaporn Yangsiri ("Unsplash Community")
    * Brad Haynes ("Ruins")
* Follow:
    * Michaela Potterbaum ("Iceland: A Bucket List Road Trip") 

App ChangeLog

  • This version includes bug fixes and notification updates

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Sharmaine Note-avatar

    Sharmaine Note

    Why is it that the app cannot save a story as draft? The country I live in has poor internet so it's quite difficult to post something that has a bunch of photos and videos on it. When I failed to upload a trip due to connection issues (after trying so many times), my story just disappeared and my mistake was writing it all on the app. How do i get it back???

  2. Arnab Seth-avatar

    Arnab Seth

    The concept of the app is very good. I like the app. But one small request, if you can change the text display font for the user story inside the app to something soothing and clear font like "roboto" or "rubik" then it will be very easy to read. Otherwise the stylist font looks good but very difficult to read. Thanks in advance.

  3. John Morris-avatar

    John Morris

    The ONLY way to sign up for the app is via facebook, twitter, or google. There is no option to sign up in the app with just an old fashioned email and password. Maybe this is great if you use F, T or G as a single sign on, but useless otherwise. Uninstalling. Too bad, as I was hoping to follow a relative's trip.

  4. Francis Sloan-avatar

    Francis Sloan

    The app is great and when it works it is good and interesting but most of the time I use the search it crashes with 'no network connection' and the option to 'try again'. This happens when I have a good connection and other apps have no problems etc..?

  5. Tanya Martin-avatar

    Tanya Martin

    Have to try multiple attempts to post as it times out and says 'Sorry, something went wrong'. If you don't keep trying it will lose it and not save. Frustrating and wastes time.

  6. Dennis Bartlett-avatar

    Dennis Bartlett

    [Edit] so you say I can edit my trip offline, and then publish it all at once? How do I edit a photoblog, 100 photographs all at once? How many days do you have where there is enough time to add 50? Or let's say 30? In reality the design of the app is flawed, if it can't scale to more than one trip uploaded in its entirety, what about the people using the three minutes of airtime they could scrounge, each day, in Bali, under a volcano, trying to tell the story the world wants to hear? Must they sweat it out, not having the USA's 300mb/sec, but a paltry 2mb/sec line they are only too grateful for. You need to travel, you need to experience frustration of watching gmail take 20 minutes to display one screen in Malawi and then tell me I must edit my story offline. This is lonely planet, a travelers go to site, not the Aldi app I put my shopping list into. Imagine trying to explain an earthquake in Haiti in twenty words, and the half a jpeg that managed to upload.

  7. Miranda Slayter-avatar

    Miranda Slayter

    I had a really frustrating experience. i had written a pull post up (took me probably 2 hours) and becuase there is no draft saving mode I lost everything when the app closed out. I uninstalled it becuase of this. i was really excited to use it too 😔

  8. Sreejith Mangalath-avatar

    Sreejith Mangalath

    edits lost too often. doesn't draft your edits. happened a few times now where I have to publish, else loose my changes. wasted 3 hrs through 4 different attempts to record my trip, then something goes wrong or I accidentally reopen app and I lose everything

  9. Denny Gamble-avatar

    Denny Gamble

    What an infuriating app. Every time I download I try to log in using my Lonely Planet ID. Nope, this app is only interested in new accounts. Cant even do that as of course my email address already exists in an account! Waste of my time. I shall go back to Google's trip planner instead. At least they let you use their one!

  10. Abhishek-avatar


    The app works better on an iphone than an android. The feed does not show the "staff pick" symbol on the blogs on android as it shows on iOS making it difficult to navigate.