6 Android Apps that are a must for every Indian Traveler!

India is a vast and diverse country. If you are travelling in any part of the country - be it for any vacation, educational or business trip, then these apps can come real handy. Every traveler requires some tools that will help you with your travelling. This could be to help you with transportation or accommodation while you are travelling.

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Here are 6 Android Apps that will come handy to every Indian traveler:

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1

Rail ticketing is now made simpler with the IRCTC Connect app. Install the newly launched IRCTC android app and book a railway ticket anywhere in India at your fingertips.

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2

Redbus is quickest way to book bus tickets. Use redBus android app to book bus & Volvo tickets in the easiest & fastest way. The app allows you to search and book bus tickets for over 67,000 routes worldwide and also choose from over 1,800 operators. Choose from seater, sleeper, semi-sleeper, A/C, non A/C buses.

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3

Book Flight tickets using the app. Travel within India and abroad. Makemytrip offers cheapest flight tickets for one-way and round trips on domestic and international flights. It also offers great discounts on round trip flight bookings.

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4

The Google Translate tool is ideal for any traveler who does not know the language. Google Translate is available for several Indian languages.

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5

Make finding hotel rooms hassle-free and fun with the OYO Rooms App. The app developed by India's largest branded network of hotels allows you to book a hotel room in a matter of just five seconds. Be spoilt for choice as you can find over 30,000 rooms across 150+ cities in India listed on the app.

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6

Google maps offers comprehensive data of Indian roads that will help you easily find your way to any place. Makes it easier to navigate wherever you are.

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