The Huffington Post has launched a new travel app called “The Hike,” in an attempt to help the homeless.
The app will allow users to see their travel itinerary for free, and will also allow people to pay for the trips via cash, credit cards, and PayPal.
It’s a great idea, and the app is being touted as a way to help people who have been evicted from their homes or are otherwise stuck in a cycle of homelessness.
According to the app’s creators, the app allows people to make reservations with the Airbnb website, and then can book the trip at their own expense.
“We want people to know how much it costs to make the most of their stay, and how much they can save on hotel stays,” the app explains.
“By connecting people with local Airbnb hosts, you’ll also get to check out the amazing places and events that are available for rent in your area.”
In addition to the Airbnb feature, the service also features a cash payment option, allowing people to use their credit cards or PayPal to pay a host.
The app was launched on October 15, and was released to all iOS devices on Tuesday.
The company plans to expand its service to other countries as well, including the U.K., France, Spain, and Italy.
“The Hikes will be launching in other countries soon, and we are looking forward to working with you to help ensure we deliver an app that works for you,” the company says.
“We also want to thank you for all of your feedback over the last few weeks, and appreciate your support for the Hikes.”