Archive for July, 2011|Monthly archive page
We are existed to see our recently released Flight Status App for Android featured in the Android Market. A big thanks to Android team.
We are glad Android team likes our app. We hope our users like it too. As always, we’d like to hear your feedback on the app.
We have another travel application for Android users this summer. Introducing Next Flight.
So, what is it about? If you every missed a flight and wanted to see if there are alternate flights, then this app is for you. Or if you came in early to an airport and wanted to see if you can hop on an earlier flight, then this app is for you. Frequent fliers know what I am talking about.
The application is simple and intuitive. Just input the departing and arriving airport info, it’ll show you the list of all direct flights flying between these airports, across all airlines. You can even check the status of each of the flights, the terminal and gate from which they are leaving.
As you’d expect, the application carries the same set of core features as our other apps. It even presents a very consistent user interface with our mobile versions of other platforms. But it does take advantage of the native Android capabilities.
I am not going to talk about every feature here. For that, please check out this application page. At its core though, the app lets you check the status of all flights worldwide one year in advance. It comes with interactive maps and options to save flights as Trips for future access. There are ofcourse many goodies.
The application is really optimized for the phone version of Android. It is made to work in multiple devices and resolutions. Note that this is the first version and you should expect to see many new improvements to the app moving forward.