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We have a new application for iPhone users – Expense.Reports. It is an easy way to record your expenses and create expense reports.
You can quickly record your expenses on the go and create Expense reports with just few taps. If you are tired of carrying those receipts in your wallet, you can take a photo of the receipt and attach it to an expense. You can easily create Expense Reports, add expenses and email the expense report in Microsoft Excel format and download the receipts attached to the expense report.
We hope you like this addition. Please give it a try. The app is available for iPhone and iPod Touch users from AppStore.
We pushed out several updates to our Flight Status apps. Primary change is integration with http://Mocha.co, the online travel planner. Now the following flight status applications can sync your flight information with mocha.co
- Flight Status (iPhone, iPad & Android)
- Flight Status Pro (iPhone, iPad & Android)
- Flight Status (Mac)
This means no matter where you save your flight information, all your apps will be updated.
We launched an update to our Flight Status & Flight Status Pro apps today. It has some nice additions like the ability to swap arrivals and departure airport in Route Search screen and more. But the biggest feature in this update is Mocha.co integration.
So, what is Mocha.co?
Mocha.co is an online travel planner. It is a web application where you can manage you travel at a single place. With this update, our Flight Status App integrate with Mocha.co. This integration is similar to our TripIt integration, but tighter.
Our Flight Status App users can now create a (Free) Mocha.co account right within the app. Once logged in, any flight that is added to your Flight Status app will be added to Mocha.co as well. If you prefer entering data on your desktop, you can do so in Mocha.co and your Flight Status apps will sync with Mocha.co. This works on our iPhone and iPad versions of Flight Status App. We plan to integrate with the Mac version of our Flight Status soon.
We are excited about the Mocha.co integration. We hope you’ll find it useful. We are waiting to hear your feedback.
The application packs powerful features with an elegant user interface. You can check the status of all commercial flights worldwide covering 4200+ airports and 1200+ airlines. You can check the status of a flight by flight number or by route (flights between two airport).
Interactive maps accompany various modules of the application. If you prefer full-screen mode, the app does support it. With this new platform addition, the app is now available on iPhone/iPad & Mac making it the only flight status application available on these three platforms.
The application was launched recently to help you with your summer travel. You can download it from Mac AppStore for $6.99.
Yesterday, we rolled out an update to our Arrivals & Departures app for Mac. The update includes features requested by our users. Thank you all for your feedback and please keep it coming.
Two key features stand-out in this update. 1) Option to sort and view flights by City, Airline, Gate, Status, Time etc. and 2) Option to view in full screen mode. We think the app rocks in full screen mode. We hope you agree.
We also have many other improvements like filtering flights will also filter them on the map, and many more. We hope you like this update. Please keep your feedback coming
We have a new travel app for the Mac – Arrivals & Departures. It is currently available on the Mac AppStore for $4.99. What is it about? You might have noticed Arrivals & Departures monitors at the airports, like this one.
Well, our app is like that monitor, but for any airport in the world, interactive, with additional flight status information, with interactive maps etc. If you are familiar with our Flight Monitor app (for iPad and iPhone), then you are already familiar with this Mac app.
You search any airport in the world (over 4000 airports) to view all Arrivals & Departures along with an interactive map. Please do check it out. Additional information is available here. You can buy it on Mac AppStore.
We started with apps for the iPhone, then extended it to iPad, followed it up with new apps for Android. There is yet another category we are starting – Mac. We recently launched our first app on the Mac App Store – Currency Converter. This is the same app that is available on iPhone, iPad and recently launched Android tablet version.
As you’d expect, we replicated the iPad/Android functionality in the Mac version as well, keeping it very simple to use. As usual, it is different with map based conversion. You select your base currency first and then click on the country on the map and it will display the conversion information. Thats it. No more complicated features.
The application can now be downloaded from the Mac AppStore here. Looking forward to your feedback.
Some time last year while flying from Washington DC, this Arrivals/Departures screen attracted me.
I noticed almost similar screens in several airports and I wanted to an app that basically displays the same data with similar design on your phone. I delayed the product as I was not convinced about the form factor of a phone for this purpose. I thought the phone lacked the real-estate to pack all information. So I kept delaying the project.
Then the iPad launched and we wanted to implement this for the iPad as it is the perfect device for something like this. As we were busy porting all our existing apps to iPad, we didn’t have enough time to implement this design. So we went ahead with some basic design and launched out Airport Info app. You’ll notice that the Arrivals/Departures section we had in there is standard one we had in our other apps.
Here we are months later updating the Airport Info app with the design we always wanted. Our latest update of Airport Info now focuses more on Arrivals & Departures and includes all other goodies we have in our previous version. The application is now called ‘Flight Monitor’.
As you see here, the application is largely inspired by the screen I saw at the airport. But then we took it few steps further. You’ll notice interactive maps for the selected airport. Selecting the flight on the monitor or tapping the flight icon in the map will display the status of that flight. In fact, if you like the map, you can expand it and give it more real-estate. In the expanded mode, you’ll notice our other options where you can view Airport Delays, Airport Weather etc. It also displays Restaurants, Coffee Shops, parking lots, car rentals and more in and around the selected airport.
The application ofcourse is available on the iPhone as well. Given the screen real-estate, the content displayed in the interface is limited. But when you tap on an flight, you can view all the details in the flight details screen.
Based on the amount of time we spent on this update, it is almost like a new release for us.We are happy with the output of the application. We hope you like this too. If you like it, please drop us a review in AppStore. We are currently working on updating the lite version with similar interface. It may not make it this holiday season, but it sure will be there in Jan.
We hope you like the change. We can’t wait to hear your feedback.
When we rolled out Flight Status 8.0 update we added several new features. We included these features in Flight Status Pro as well. There was one feature that didn’t work in the 8.0 update. That was push notifications. Our next update 8.1 fixed this issue.
The latest version of Flight Status supports Push Notifications. You can enable notifications in the flight status screen. As a user, you also have options to configure the kind of notifications you want to receive .
By default, we included the option to enable notifications for 5 flights. If you want to track additional flights, an In-App purchase option is available.
We hope you like this new feature. Please let me know if you have any comments.
Before you head out this holiday season, make sure you update your Flight Status Applications. Our Flight Status Pro app has been approved today and it is currently available on AppStore with lots of goodies. So what’s new? Here are some…
This has been a LONG pending item for our apps. We finally rolled out Push Notifications. This means, you need not open the app to check the status of the flight. Status will now come to you. You’ll be notified on flight timings changes, gate changes etc. More importantly, we give you the option to enable/disable different kind of notifications in the settings section.
When you add a flight to a trip, push notifications are not enabled by default. You have to manually enable these notifications in the flight status screen for the flights you want to receive notifications.
By default, you can enable push notifications for 10 flights for free. If you want to do this for additional flights, it is mere $1.99 for 10 flights.
We have added several sharing options in the app. In the status screen, if you choose the more options button (botton right corner), you’ll see multiple share options. You can email flight info, SMS flight info and you can also share this info through Twitter & Facebook.
Sharing doesn’t end there. We added something none of the other apps have – WiFi sharing. When two users have our Apps open and are connected to the same WiFI network, you can share flights with each other. You’ll see the other device name in this section and sharing is just a tap away. Sharing works across devices (iPhone, iPad & iPod) as well as across apps (Flight Status & Flight Status Pro).
If you have a flight added to Trip, you can now sync those flights with your Calendar. You can enable this option in the settings screen. As we support iOS 4.2, Calendar sync works both on iPhone and iPad. In this version, we don’t sync TripIt flights, but we will support this soon.
We added maps across the app. Maps are now available in the Trips section, flight search (for multi-segment flights), Route Search and Airport search. Ofcourse, these maps are zoomable and you can choose the map style you prefer. Set the map style in the settings screen and this will take effect across the app.
There are several other changes in the app. iPhone users will notice a crisper display as we support Retina display. We also support multi-tasking. We also added an option to add flights without searching for them. There are many other goodies in the app.
All these features except Push Notifications are already available in the recent update of Flight Status. Push Notifications will also be available in our next update of Flight Status version. So if you an existing Flight Status user, you need not shell our another $9 to get these features. You can just buy this module.
This is one of the biggest update we have ever done. We hope you like the changes. If you’d like to see more, please drop us a line.