Summertime--and the tablet apps are everywhere. With the recent launch of the Apple iPad 2, application developers just keep on finding new ways to exploit the tablet's portability and beautiful display. Check out these free and low-cost tools for planning summer fun, or just kicking back during your vacation time.
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While on your summer vacations you'll need to track your expenses. The handly TripIt Planner (99 cents) runs in Portrait Mode and acts like a note-taking app for common expense categories like airfare and lodging. Log your trips, keep notes, and view a neat pie chart of where the money went. Maybe you'll learn a few lessons for next time.
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