Google Flight Search comes to mobile devices
Google has announced that they are now extending their flight search services to mobile devices in the US market.
You can now search for flights in the US market using your mobile phone. Results are available through the Google.com search engine.
For example, when you search for [flights from Chicago to Daytona Beach] you’ll see a table that shows available flights, including duration and prices. You can adjust dates on the page, or click any flight to further research and book your trip.
• Find flights quickly with results that load instantly and a list that’s easy to scan.
• Discover places to go on a map - see ticket prices for various destinations by surfing the map. You can filter by price, airline, or flight duration.
• Find the best time to go - Click the calendar icon to see what dates will get you low prices.
Google is currently supporting Android and iOS devices with this new feature. We are assuming that they mean webkit powered mobile browsers.
- key specs
- reviews • 111
- TypeMobile / embedded OS
- Source modelClosed
- ReleasedOctober 12, 2011
Google Android 4.0