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If you're sitting in exactly the right spot in the departure lounge, you can see all the flight information you need right there on the monitors. For anywhere else, from being at a bad angle to being at home planning your trip, App in the Air 5.1.10 shows you what you need.
Don't get us wrong: we like using apps to book flights, but we also like pretending we're going to exciting places. When we're actually going, well, we do still use apps, and we even recommend ones like Kayak, but sometimes we need to dig further. For "further" read "cheaper," and for "digging" read "spending more time in the hidden corners of the Internet."
Google is planning to change the way passengers buy tickets for air travel, according to the head of an airline. Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryanair, claimed in an interview that the airline is working with the search firm, with Google said to be constructing a flight comparison site that sounds like an improved version of the company's existing Flight Search capabilities.
Mobiata's FlightTrack announced its latest update released today, bringing it to version 5.0. FlightTrack 5 replaces the three previous versions of the app for new downloads. Originally released in 2008, the flight-tracking app was once available as different tiered versions -- but in light of its fifth anniversary, the FlightTrack developers have consolidated the versions into one, streamlining the product. Features such as push notifications and terminal maps, previously only available in the 'pro' version, are now included.
Airline United released an update for its United Airlines app, offering a new design and additional features. Available on iTunes, its quick-access 'travel cards' interface allows users to easily view a flight status, airport map, book or check in for a flight. Its travel wallet feature provides a shortcut to the user's United Airlines customer information, such as upcoming reservations, mobile boarding passes, and more.
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Google is offering 2GB of Google Drive storage today for free, if users check the security of their accounts. As part of Safer Internet Day 2016, the scheme will give the 2GB storage extension to anyone going through the Google Security Checkup, examining connected devices, permissions, and other security settings associated with their Google account.