Travel PackList

Developer: Rene Rosendahl

Current Version: 1.0.4

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 1.1 MB - Download

Description:

Travel PackList is the perfect tool for everyone who wants to be organized about what to pack and what to do ahead of a trip. It lets you quickly organize things, so you don’t forget to pack or do something important. That way you can focus on enjoying your next trip instead of spending time worrying about forgetting something.

This application lets you create a common list of items you normally pack as well as templates of types of trips you usually take. You can then generate a new, specific trip based on one or multiple templates and then modify it as needed. Once complete, Travel PackList allows you to print a packing list which will guide you through packing and preparation for your trip.

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Release Notes:

- Copy trips
- Copy items from trip back to general item list
- Filter/show only unchecked items within a trip
- CSV import optimization
- El Capitan compatibility

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 1.0
Review by Tech24073

Pretty useful - I bought this becuase I wanted something to make lack lists for, not for travel so much, but for knowing what tools I needed for different projects. I have about projets loaded and ready. It is easy and friendly to use. There are 2 reasons I did not give it 5 stars. 1) No iPad companiaon app ( though this was clear when I bought it, I guess I am just spoiled) 2) A stupid little thing, but a “repacked” check box on the print out would be GREAT! I have tried a bunch of these types of things for this purpose, this appears to be the most flexible and easiest to use and I would recomind it for people that make pack lists of any type. The templates make it super easy and fast! Great job!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
2/5
Version 1.0.3
Review by wfsdad

Frustrating Data Entry - Got it and 10 minutes later was done with it. The Data Entry is just awful. Shows amateur developer. Don’t waste your $$$ you can probabaly live with a spreadsheet.

Found helpful by 6 out of 8 people