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September 14, 2010

WorldMate Now Pilots Your Travel Itinerary on Android


Today WorldMate is now available for all Android users! Following tens of thousands of user requests, we wanted to give the best to our loyal travelers and extend our service to the Android platform. More importantly, we are bringing an unprecedented level of usability and polish to Android, focusing on keeping you up-to-date with rich travel alerts and notifications.

WorldMate strives to keep your travel organized and provide our users with the best services possible - being on the BlackBerry, iPhone, Symbian and now Android allows us to personally assist many more travelers around the world.

On the new Android app travelers can:
- Receive travel alerts for flights, meetings and more
- View full itinerary
- Link to flight status via Flightstats.com
- Link to Google Maps
- Smart Hotel Search and booking through Hotels.com
- Flight reminder notifications
- Currency, Weather and more!

You can find WorldMate in the Android Marketplace and read more here: www.worldmate.com/android

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What about Maemo? :)

I installed the android app and it's great, but I'm wondering if there is a method of including a meeting agenda. Either by linking a document or entering into the system somehow?

I have android version 1.6 does Worldmate support this version?

Sorry, but I can't find the application in the android market. Could you provide the link to download the application?
Thanks

Is there a Worldmate GOLD version of this software for Andoid OS? I have just moved from a Blackberry to an Android and have paid for this the GOLD service and I love it.

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OK, now that we have gotten all the pats on the back for the site out of the way. How about we talk about The Android version of Worldmate or the flight search function. (could you add the flight numbers to those found?)

I used Worldmate on my blackberry 8330 and 8530 and loved it, so I downloaded it on my Samsung EPIC 4G and decided right away to go for the GOLD due to how it worked on past phones.

I am not impressed so far. I sent in an itinerary for my upcoming flight and it totally screwed up the flight numbers and airports and arrival and departure times. I thought maybe it was a glitch, so I deleted the flight and resent the US Airways notice from my original sign-on email with worldmate and again it had me leaving from Norfolk going to EWR and returning to San Antonio, TX when I am leaving and returning to PNS Pensacola, FL.

How difficult can it be to port a great program from a Blackberry to an Android?

I even tried to manually add the flight and when I put in the correct date of the flight and US Airways and the flight number it showed me where the one problem was. Worldmate is getting wrong data from it's flight search. I verified that the US Airways data was correct by calling US Airways. My US Airways itinerary was correct, but Worldmate's search was bringing in bad data.

This not an android issue, but sure is poor compared to the blackberry version.

Anyone else seeing problems with the Android version or Worldmate GOLD 3.0?

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