Orbitz Releases Android App

Orbitz recently dropped their first native Android application, Orbitz – Hotels, Flights, Cars, into the Android Market.  The free travel booking app lets users search and book flights, hotels and rental cars, view trips and flight status, and find nearby hotels.  Designed to run on all versions of Android, the Orbitz app is an extension of the new mobile website created just a few months back.  Speaking of which, the mobile site has been redesigned for web-enabled phones.

Features of Orbitz – Hotels, Flights, Cars include:

  • Make reservations: Book flights, hotels and rental cars quickly – even for last minute, same-day reservations. Just like our Orbitz.com website, access a broad selection of thousands of hotels, airlines, and car rental options.
  • View your trips: Access itineraries anytime, anywhere.
  • Stay in the know, on the go: Check flight status, gate and baggage claim details or search via your app for available hotels near your current location automatically.

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