TripIt, the trip-planning platform with near-magical email itinerary processing powers, has updated their iPhone app to allow for adding, editing, deleting and de-duplicating trips right from your phone.They've also removed the need to access the browser to sign into TripIt, which was a niggling annoyance in previous versions. The latest version is now available in the iTunes App Store. [iTunes]
TripIt For iPhone Now Allows On-Phone Trip Editing
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