Archive for the ‘Mac Apps’ Category

Flight Status Apps integrate with Mocha.co

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

This means no matter where you save your flight information, all your apps will be updated.

Introducing Next Flight for Android

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.

Additional information about this application is available in the Next Flight info page. You can purchase it for $3.99 at Android Market. Also, check out our other Android Apps.

Introducing Flight Status for Mac

We have a new addition to our Mac application portfolio. Flight Status, our most successful app for the iPhone/iPad is now available on Mac through the Mac AppStore.

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).

Flights can be saved to Trips to track the flight information easily. Flight information displayed includes flight timings info, delays, cancellations, gate, terminal, baggage information and more.

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.

Arrivals & Departures Update

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

Introducing Arrivals & Departures for Mac

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.

Introducing Currency Converter for Mac

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.