10 essential BlackBerry apps for travel

Stay organized, productive and in the know with this road warrior's tool kit for your BlackBerry

WorldMate Live

Keep all your travel details readily accessible with WorldMate Live, an itinerary manager packed with useful features for frequent travelers. All you have to do is forward your airplane, hotel or car rental confirmation e-mails to WorldMate; the service parses out the relevant details and makes it all easily available.

Additional features in the free "lite" version include location-based search (using Yelp), currency conversion, hotel and limo booking, world time and the ability to search for local LinkedIn contacts. The paid Gold version ($11.95/month, $99.95/year) adds flight status lookup, "push" text alerts for flight delays, and a travel directory with contact information for airports, airlines, hotel chains and rental companies.

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