Ixigo, the Indian travel search service has announced buying mobile content startup Reach in order to branch out into a wider mobile commerce territory.
OpenKey has just released its new mobile app Version 3.0, which is a further enhancement for hotels guests to get key amenities.
Guidekick, a fascinating new mobile app that uses rich media to get a passing tourist’s attention when passing an historic attraction, is a window inside what future travel tech will look. Available in iOS, Android, and even Google Glass editions, the app adds historical and contextual value to the places people visit.
Expedia has recently upgraded its mobile app with a set of mobile itineraries capabilities, that give the traveler up-to-date information at every stage of the journey.
For anyone who loves to take pictures of their travels, a new app called Picfari is a real must, here’s why.
Mobile apps are a big part of the modern travel experience and being able to offer the best selection of nearby activities seems to the winning strategy. Facebook and Groupon have both launched a Nearby feature as part as their free apps for iOS and Android, but the social network giant seems to be winning […]
According to news from Mobile Technologies, LLC, the company has developed what they claim is the world’s most advanced foreign language translation tool for travelers. “Jibbigo” is an all-in-one app for iOS devices that can translate 20 languages and dialects.
In news from Amadeus, the company has now launched a new user interface (UI) for their mobile booking app. An online booking tool aimed at corporate travel, Amadeus e-Travel Management (AeTM) is supposed to help companies reduce gain control of costs.
First thing this #TT Travel Tuesday a Tweet from Hip Hotels mentioning their smartphone app put me in testing mode. So, without further eloquence (not much anyways), the HIP Hotels HIP Guide download to doing Hip Hotels.
In news from the online cruise sector, Cruise.com, an Omega World Travel, Inc. company, has just launched their mobile app for iOS and Android operating systems. The free app puts cruise info into the on the go hands of cruise travelers.
Have you tried the new app from TUI? Thomson launched their MyThomson smartphone app for free download last Friday without too much fanfare, but discount vouchers and a wealth of info on destination excursions should have brought out more party poppers. Let’s take a look at the app.
An app just released by independent hotel group, umi Hotels, brings the group’s hotels into focus via Google Play. As anyone in the booking space knows, hotelier apps are quickly becoming some of the best channels for guests to see and book accommodations.
Where is your mobile phone right now? If it is within five feet of your person, you are like most of the people in the world today. While it used to be a rarity to find someone with a cell phone, it is now almost impossible to find someone without one. Even many kids have their own phones these days, as their parents equip them for emergencies, and make it easier to keep track of their whereabouts.
Having a well thought-out mobile strategy has become critical to online success, as we all know only too well, right? Well, perhaps we like to think that way, but on the contrary, according to a recent intelligence report from a leading digital think tank, it seems that many in the hospitality industry aren’t actually taking the mobile web as seriously as they should…
Cruising the open ocean on a huge and luxurious ship that sports everything from a full dinner theater to an on-deck pool is the relaxing vacation method of choice for many people all over the world; the real trick is learning how to make the most of your experience, both on the ship and off.