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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • location services
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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TripIt organizes your travel plans in one place. Simply forward confirmations to and we’ll do the rest. Access all your flights, hotels, car rentals, activities, maps and more on your WP7. 

Upgrade to TripIt Pro for peace of mind from check-in to baggage claim. Like a personal travel assistant, we’ll monitor and send you alerts for flight or fare changes. Plus, you can access all your reward accounts in one place and get additional travel perks.

Read what industry experts are saying…

"An interactive app that ensures your travel information is never far from your fingertips." - Reuters

"This is the best travel app I can imagine." - Fast Company

“If you haven't used TripIt to manage your travel itineraries, you've been missing out.”- Lifehacker

“TripIt replaces the file folder of confirmations and directions you used to take on trips with you.”- CNET

Find out why TripIt was awarded “Best Travel Mobile App” by the Webby Awards in 2011 and ranked among TIME Magazine’s “50 Best Websites” in 2009. Other awards and accolades include:

•	Lifehacker’s “Our List of the Best iPhone Apps” - 2010
•	CNET’s “10 Favorite iPhone Apps” - 2010
•	Winner, Outstanding App, National Business Travel Association (NBTA) and Wall Street Journal’s “Business Traveler Innovation Awards” - 2010
•	PC Magazine’s “Top 40 Free iPhone Apps” - 2010
•	Michael Arrington’s “Products I Can’t Live Without” (TechCrunch) – 2008, 2009
•	CNET, Webware 100 – 2009
•	Mashable’s Blogger’s Choice Awards - 2008
•	PC World’s Top Travel Sites - 2008
•	PC Magazine’s Top 100 Websites - 2008
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  • by Timothy 4/24/2015
    uninstalled after a few days. Not a helpful app.
  • by derrick 4/12/2015
    This is a stupid app.
  • by james 3/17/2015
    Does not recognize alot of things like arrival cities, several airports, will not recognize correct cities on flight, after you edit and correct, loses corrections. Is not worth trouble
  • by Philip 3/14/2015
    Doesn't allow an option to sign on via google password. Hence I can't use it
  • by Jason 2/14/2015
    Obviously a half *** implementation. Update, you have users on the Windows phone platform, guys.
  • by Nate 1/31/2015
    Really great. I love that it helps me stay on track when I am on business and personal trips. Thanks trip it!
  • by Aaron 1/21/2015
    I'm giving this two stars not due to functionality, but because this app is still marketed for Windows Phone 7 and was last updated in March of 2012. TripIt, my company subscribes to TripIt Pro and deploys iOS and Windows Phone devices. PLEASE treat the Windows ecosystem and Windows Universal App model as first party citizens for your app catalogue!
  • by Jacob 1/15/2015
    Very limited functions compared to iOS version of Tripit. I was forced to use the mobile web vs. the application. The publisher needs to develop the same standards across all the platforms.
  • by Ruzzel John 12/23/2014
    It works but it seriously needs an update. It's about time that devs need to be customer centric instead of being OS-centric. It won't take long enough before a better app will be made that does the same as the app. And I won't hesitate to recommend such app to my friends as well.
  • by John 10/17/2014
    barely useful, had to mark myself as a traveler to even see that my wife's business trip existed... only includes a very small subset of data compared to the website... very slow as it seems to not hold a copy of the data, refreshing every time the app opens is OK, but it should show what it has saved from the previous time instead of a wait screen note to the app developers: if you have separate code bases for separate mobile platforms you're doing it wrong, you should be using either Cordova or Xamarin