Posted on Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 by Will Hagle
Bucket auto-scans travel suggestions in order to build your itinerary.
Bucket is one of the most unique travel apps I’ve ever seen. It sources recommendations from across the web — Facebook, TripAdvisor or wherever — and organizes them into a visually-appealing way to view all of your options. The site automatically scans sources that you enter into its search, adding images and making them digestible in a more visual manner. If you copy and paste a link from Lonely Planet article about the top things to do in San Francisco, for instance, the site quickly organizes them into visual “cards” that display the best options. It’s a useful tool to keep track of everything you could possibly see during your travels.
Bucket also displays all of your options on a map, so you can plan out your travel in an even more visual way. You can also add your own notes and suggestions in order to personalize the trip. It can take a while to figure out how to best take advantage of Bucket’s services, but once you get the hang of things it’s definitely helpful in planning future trips. The way it scans recommendations from friends on sites like Facebook is truly amazing. The site saves time searching across the web and creating your own travel documents. Instead, you can log on to Bucket and see all of your potential trip plans in one location. You can also share these with others or collaborate on trip plans from within Bucket.