According to the report, 89 percent of Brits on vacation would take at least one mobile gadget, with 90 percent of U.K participants seeing their smartphone as a "travel concierge" that enhances their travel experience.
If the report is anything to go by, holidaymakers use their handsets predominantly for organisational purposes, rather than social or leisure reasons.
"Travellers are not only researching and booking trips on mobile, but they're also complimenting their meals, and capturing every trip detail," Andy Washington, Managing Director of Expedia.co.uk said in the report.
"This is the new normal when it comes to travel."
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As mobile devices are becoming more of a necessity, handset makers need to develop "relevant products to meet these needs and to offer a consistently high level of service as customers move from one device to another."
The report -- an online survey of 8,522 employed adults from 24 countries -- also found that the essential travel apps to download when travelling for business included mapping and itinerary products.
Also, like anyone would expect, around half of sightseers consider people using their phone on loud -- whether that's playing music or making a phone-call on speakerphone -- as a sign of disrespect.