NEW YORK (AP) — Lonely Planet has a new free app called Trips that offers inspiration for travel, along with an easy way for users to create visually driven stories about their own trips.For inspiration, scroll through content curated by Lonely Planet's editorial team in eight categories: adventure, wildlife and nature, coasts and islands, ruins, road trips, festivals and events, hiking and cities.Add text, decide which image to use for a cover photo, write a headline and you've created a travel story with a sumptuous, professional look and layout.Listen to Lonely Planet CEO Daniel Houghton talk about the new Trips app as well as some of his travel experiences on the AP Travel podcast "Get Outta Here!" at https://play.prx.org/e?uf=http%3A%2F%2Ffeeds.ap.org%2Faptravel&ge=prx_71_46779caf-e06a-48b8-8f74-b9b09e24ecde .
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