The Top Selling & Critically Acclaimed Travel App Completely Rethought in a Free Version for Apple iOS and Android Phones
Ann Arbor (August 9, 2021) – Mobiata, developers of some of the best-selling travel apps on the market, announced today that FlightTrack Free, a completely redesigned and free version of its flagship app, launched today on iOS and Android devices. FlightTrack has been the top-grossing travel app since its launch nearly four years ago and has been named a “must have” app for travelers by Forbes Magazine, among others.
“With FlightTrack Free, we’ve totally rethought our signature app and arrived at the simplest and most beautiful flight tracking experience we’ve ever seen,” said Ben Kazez, GM and founder of Mobiata. “For years, FlightTrack has been the app of choice for pro travelers, and we’re incredibly excited to make it available to a far wider audience with FlightTrack Free.”Features of FlightTrack Free include:
FlightTrack Free is available worldwide in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Russian and Spanish.
FlightTrack Free for iPhone can be downloaded here: http://www.mobiata.com/flighttrackfree-app FlightTrack Free for Android can be downloaded here: http://www.mobiata.com/flighttrackfree-android
Mobiata, an Expedia company, creates best-selling mobile travel applications for smartphones and emerging devices under both brands. Since its founding in November 2008, Mobiata’s applications have been featured by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Washington Post, TechCrunch, USA Today and in Apple TV and print ads. Mobiata’s apps include the bestselling FlightTrack, FlightTrack Pro, FlightBoard, TripDeck and Expedia Hotels applications. Mobiata was acquired by Expedia, Inc. in 2010 and works with the brand to develop beautiful mobile travel products. In 2012 Mobiata’s FlightBoard app was named “Best Travel App” at the 15th Annual Webby Awards. For more information, visit www.mobiata.com. Follow us on Twitter: @mobiata.