Wander is a companion app to a website of the same name. The website allows you to book holidays by using their comparison tool and their searching tool. If you have a place in mind, then you may find holiday deals with the website. If you don’t have a place in mind, then the website suggests places you can go. The app does the same thing except that the tools are optimized for touch control.
Travel to places based on your budget
The Wander app works a little better than the website. The app has a quicker and faster-rendering interface that is more responsive. It is also easier to see the controls on the app than if you use the website. The app helps you find a holiday destination that suits your budget. You can use the tool to book a holiday in a destination that suits you, or you can enter your budget and a few other details and see what comes up. The app asks for your closest airport, your total holiday budget, how many passengers and what dates you are able to go on holiday. Enter the information into your app and it will suggest all the places you are able to go. It will give you a wide variety of holiday options that all fit your budget.
Okay and almost perfect
There are only two downsides to the Wander app and the service in general. The first is that it doesn’t take your spending money into account, so you need to enter a money amount that is less than your actual budget so that you have more spending money on your holiday. The second problem is that the starting locations and destinations are very limited. There is a good chance that the app doesn’t accommodate flights from your local airport. The app only offers destinations in ten countries. If the app and its information database were expanded and improved dramatically, then this would be a world-beating app because it is based on a great idea; it is just a shame that the idea has been poorly executed.