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Tripkada, now a travel app.

AFTER Barely three years in booking travel online, Tripkada got one notch higher this time by introducing a mobile app for weekend travel seekers. This was launch recently in a party mode ambiance event with FilipTrip Travel meet up at Boteco Brasil in Makati City.

April Cuenca, CEO of Tripkada told us that they were inspired by a certain Facebook group who are open for posting organized travels mostly in weekend, and from that the idea of having a mobile app is born to make it more organized and formal at the same time. Anybody can post a tour package on the apps, and instantly meet fellow travelers who also looking to go out of town but don’t have companion.

There is a minimal fee as low as of P100 and coordination is easier plus security to the joiners is guaranteed, in terms of credibility of those organizers who post the said tours, this is a fact that Tripkada is a community of Travelers.

The said Apps is free, and Cuenca made assure to us that it pass certain stage to make it perfect and mobile friendly.  Available in Google Play, all you have to do is download the Apps and get automatic updates for available tours, that you may be looking or wishing to do for the weekend.
Tripkada is on beta release as of now in Google Play for Android users, and soon on the App store for iOS users. You may check www.tripkada.com or https://www.facebook.com/JoinTripkada/ or contact them at travel@fliptrip.ph

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