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  • Trips is a photo-sharing app for travel junkies
  • Trips is a photo-sharing app for travel junkies
    Lonely Planet (2017) ©
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Trips is a photo-sharing app for travel junkies

Trips – an app from Lonely Planet – is giving travellers a new way to share and discover travel experiences. Tapping into the huge number of people who look to social media before deciding on a holiday, the travel guide giant is encouraging people to generate content that will truly inspire wanderlust.

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