Because of the extra screen size, users of the app get to have an option to view the list of all trips on either portrait or landscape mode. It also has a single itinerary overview beside the chosen view. As such, users get to dive more into the specifics of their flight details including their seat assignments and confirmation numbers, while still keep an eye out on their full trip schedule.
The app also provides a dynamic view to directly navigate maps from the itinerary. So as soon as users have chosen a flight, the location of the airport will light up on the map. Users can then choose how to get directions they need.
The version ‘optimized for Android tablets’ is also available on other mobile platforms other than Android. You can get the app by clicking this link.