GBTA based its report on responses from 521 managed and unmanaged travelers who have traveled on business at least once in the past 12 months. Among participants, 95 percent owned a smartphone that they used for business purposes. More than three-quarters have downloaded travel-related apps. Navigation apps (think: Google Maps, Waze) are the most common among 54 percent of survey respondents. Next up: airline and hotel. Airline apps were downloaded by 46 percent and hotel apps by 45 percent. Thirty-four percent had downloaded third-party travel booking apps like Expedia, Orbitz and Kayak. About a quarter had downloaded itinerary management apps, ground transportation apps (like taxis, Lyft or Uber) and general travel review apps like TripAdvisor. All of the most commonly downloaded apps were consumer oriented. That may owe partially to the fact that few companies actually recommend apps to their travelers. Just 17 percent of respondents said their companies recommended a menu of travel apps. GBTA suggests corporates are missing a golden opportunity to influence traveler app selection and preferences. Indeed, among travelers whose companies do recommend apps, 91 percent called those recommendations useful. Get the full story at Business Travel News