1 TripIt (iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows)
A serious app for the organized traveller; TripIt keeps track of all your confirmation emails for the trip and creates an itinerary for you to follow. You can even book restaurant reservations or reserve tickets for a show through this app.
2 GateGuru (iOS, Android)Invaluable when it comes to long airport layovers, GateGuru provides maps of terminals, security line wait times and tracking for your flight.
3 Yelp (iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows)
Yelp's free app searches for locations like restaurants, bars and coffee shops around you, then provides details like hours, price and user ratings to help you make the best decision on where to travel next.
4 WiFi Finder (iOS, Android)
Wi-Fi Finder is a free app that helps travellers find over 320,000 registered public Wi-Fi hotspots. What’s not to like?
5 FlightTrack (iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows)
Easy to use app for info about specific flights from more than 5,000 airports and 1,400 airlines. It includes maps, flight statistics and more. Also integrates with your itineraries on TripIt.
6 Turboscan (iOS)
A free document scanner app that saves images as PDF or JPG image files, which you can then e-mail or send to a cloud storage service such as DropBox.
7 DroidScanLite (Android)
Similar to Turboscan for Android handsets.
8 Expensify (most)
Easy to use – either enter details yourself, take shots of receipts or use the app’s auto-scanning tool. Swiftly creates slick expense reports.
9 Worldcard Mobile (iOS, Windows)
Take photos of business cards as you collect them and this app translates them to digital files. Easy as that.
10 Time Master+ Billing (iOS)
This app keeps tabs on how long you spend on different projects or clients and produces detailed reports , which can be back up on Dropbox to synchronised with other devices to create professional-looking invoices.
David Chapple is event director of the Business Travel Show – talk to him on Twitter @btshowlondon.