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Skyscanner Launches New App for iPad

Dépèche transmise le 21 novembre 2011 par Business Wire

Skyscanner Launches New App for iPad

Skyscanner Launches New App for iPad

EDINBURGH, Scotland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Skyscanner’s mobile apps have received over four million downloads since their launch earlier this year and the much anticipated iPad app is set to see this popularity soar.

“The new ‘explore’ globe function takes that to the next level; the iPad is the ideal medium for this which makes searching and browsing for flights interactive, easier and fun.”

The update features brand new functionality with a fully interactive globe allowing users to browse flight prices by mapping them across the world. By rotating the globe, users can browse flight prices to any country, or select a country and zoom in to see prices of flights to cities within that country.

The new feature joins the already popular price chart which shows users flight prices each day across a whole month, or even year, allowing them to find the lowest fares.

Barry Smith, Director of Global Data Services and Mobile commented:

“Because Skyscanner allows you to search for the cheapest flights without entering specific dates, or even destinations, it’s always been extremely popular for inspiring travel.

“The new ‘explore’ globe function takes that to the next level; the iPad is the ideal medium for this which makes searching and browsing for flights interactive, easier and fun.”

Skyscanner for iPad is available to download free from iTunes.

View this video to see what travel blogger Budget Traveller thought of the latest Skyscanner app.

About Skyscanner

Skyscanner is a travel search site providing online comparisons on flight prices for millions of flights on over 600 airlines, as well as car hire, hotels and deals.

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