FlightView 2.0 Arrives with Push Notifications
A new version of FlightView (2.0) has arrived in the Android Market today, loaded with a number of new features. If you happen to live the jet-setting lifestyle or want to better manage your trips, we recommend checking out one of the three (Free, 99¢ Paid, and $3.99 Elite) flavors of FlightView. New to this release is a push notification system to provide up-to-the-minute flight information, a handy feature that saves battery life in the process. Additionally, FlightView 2.0 offers the ability to track a flight in real time whether in the air or on the ground. The third improvement is the option to search and save flights up to 180 days ahead of time, double the previous window of 90 days.
Be sure to check out the new FlightView Elite as it lets users view and sort all arrivals and departures at top U.S. & Canadian airports. You’ll find you have the ability to filter by airline, origin or destination city, scheduled arrival or departure time or updated arrival or departure time!
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