Apps for digital scrapbooking and mobile media mapping

TripJournal (iOS App): Trip Journal allows you to document vacation experiences and share them with your friends and family. Impress everybody with real time updates from the visited destinations and let people see proof of your latest adventures, as your journey unfolds. With Google Earth integration, Trip Journal allows friends and family to easily see your traveling routes, waypoints for visited locations, full screen photos, videos, comments and blog entries.  Trip stats such as distance, time and geography traveled are also documented in real-time, all viewable through Trip Journal’s exquisite Google Earth Export.

iBooks Author (Mac App): Available free on the Mac App Store, iBooks Author is an amazing app that allows anyone to create beautiful Multi-Touch textbooks — and just about any other kind of book — for iPad. With galleries, video, interactive diagrams, 3D objects, mathematical expressions, and more, these books bring content to life in ways the printed page never could.

My Maps Editor (iOS App): This application allows you to create a map just like drawing. You can create different kinds of maps, from a simple meeting spot map to the route of a world trip. If you have Google Account, you can edit Google My Maps and Google Fusion Tables with this app.

Map Pad (iOS App): Map Pad is an application that turns your maps into notepads. It behaves like a painting application, allowing you to use a variety of brushes to write letters, and draw lines or illustrations on your maps.

EveryTrail Pro (iOS App): Track your route with your iPhone GPS while you travel. Ideal for walking tours, biking, running, hiking, sailing, driving and much more; see your travel map drawn while your trip is in progress; plot camera pics and video on your map instantly; view stats (distance, speed, elevation and more) while tracking; view topo and terrain maps on your iPhone and download maps for offline viewing. Perfect for the outdoors and to avoid high roaming charges when traveling abroad

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Moxtra (Web-based and iOS App)Moxtra Binders is a free iOS productivity app and web service for anyone with a project or collection of things they’d like to keep in one place and share with others. The app is called Moxtra Binders because it’s wrapped up in the simple metaphor of a binder. Why? The nature of a binder is to: organize unstructured data of different types into one universal format; deal with clutter; and bring it all together in a nice way to share.

iPhoto on iPad (Journals): Along with the features you know and love from the web app, iPhoto on the iPad has a journal feature, which allows you to share your stories in a whole new way as beautiful photo journals, automatically flow your pictures into a great-looking layout that’s fun to personalize, freely move and resize photos with a touch of your finger, allows you to touch and drag to add captions, maps, dates, and even the weather, publish your photo journals to iCloud as stunning web pages, and share links to your journals directly to Facebook or Twitter, and via Messages