The app is unbelievably easy to use: simply select your home airport and set a budget, press the button - and you are presented with a complete itinerary for a holiday. The app finds a location, flights and accommodation for a low price within seconds. Alongside bright beautiful photos, it gives you multiple accommodation options, a list of activities and attractions to visit and a short description detailing the food, culture and vibe of the location.
Scroll down a little further to find quick ratings out of 5 for affordability, culture, food, nature and nightlife, making it clear to decide if this is the right trip for you. You can even use filters to find the perfect beach getaway, clubbing city break, or nature adventure. The possibilities really are limitless.
Websites like Skyscanner have made planning cheap trips very easy, but this app takes it one step further, relieving you of all the time and effort to find those cheap deals. Just minutes from opening the app, you could have a complete holiday booked. Having said this, the real appeal of this app is how much it feels like a game - it appears as a random generator of trips, a never ending list of adventures to go on, at just the press of a button a new idea is in front of you. It is instant, exciting and addictive; but the biggest draw is that it’s not a game, it’s real life and if you wanted to, you could book this trip!
Even just while writing this article, I have found a trip to Marrakech for 3 nights for £189, I refresh the app, and now I can go to Copenhagen for £218, now to Porto, Bucharest, Amsterdam or Budapest. Whether you’ve never travelled before or have been all over the world, this app will inspire you, hook you and definitely give you the travel bug.