Tnooz Nuggets - Monday 19 September 2011NewsBy PhocusWire | September 19, 2011Share This article was originally published on This is the regular Tnooz roundup of product news from around the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, all with a technology, online and digital twist - Monday 19 September 2011. Princess Cruises plans to launch Portuguese- and Japanese-language versions of its Polar Online travel agency portal, according to Translations.com, which provided its GlobalLink OneLink localization tool for the launch of the cruise line's Spanish-language travel agency portal.GuestLogix bolstered its ancillary services offerings for airlines by partnering with VisitBritain and Merlin Entertainments and integrating their content into GuestLogix's OnTouch platform, the company says. GuestLogix argues that entertainment offerings provide much larger margins for carriers than do their airline-ticket sales.Adventure travel site Gap Adventures signed on some prominent travel bloggers, who will share their travel exploits on the company's Wanderers in Residence blog. Bloggers, including Jodi Ettenberg, Gary Arndt, Daniel Noll, Audrey Scott and JD Andrews, will be among the bloggers offering their takes on Gap Adventures trips, the company says.The Cost2Drive iPhone app added a Kayak flight comparison feature for trips of more than 200 miles so users can gauge flight versus drive costs.Concur's TripIt itinerary management service launched a Windows Phone app, which is now available in the Windows Phone Marketplace. The free app enables users to organize and share their travel plans, and also supports the TripIt Pro premium service for $49 per year.UK travel software company Multicom secured an agreement with Mark International, a unit of Mark Travel, and will integrate Mark International's North American and Caribbean hotel inventory into Multicom's FindandBook solution for travel agents and tour operators. Multicom says Mark International is particularly strong in Las Vegas, making the deal beneficial for UK travelers will Sin City on their itineraries.