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App in the Air - Personal travel assistant

App in the Air - Personal travel assistant

App in the Air, Inc.

Book flights fast with the best match and book cheap with direct in-app booking

4.6 Ratings 17K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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  • Best travel app for frequent travelers Oct 22, 2020

    By derkf
    App In The Air fulfills all of my travel needs and more. Besides the ability to add (and automatically add) any flight and it’s relevant info like ticket numbers and confirmation numbers makes it extremely useful for regular trips and complicated itineraries such as multi ticket and multi city trips - it combines everything into one tool. I also love seeing the travel map and how it shows details like airlines and aircraft most frequently travelled. I have the premium features and they are useful, but the app without these features is extremely useful. Something I would love to see in the future: more detailed airport maps such as the ones you see in airline stock apps. Hot links in the airline/hotel/car rental section that take you to the company’s respective app (or a link to download). Overall this app is great for anyone who flies, especially for avgeeks like me who like to track their trips. I have a folder of paper tickets I like to collect but having everything on this app makes everything that much easier.
  • Great app, deal, and team Jan 1, 2021

    By QuantumCommando
    Been using this app for several years now, though I don’t travel much. I love the clean UI, just the ability to track flights alone is super nice. Love that it has consistently improved in UI, features, and support consistently. To have everything in one place and not miss updates on flights from different airlines is a huge stress reliever. I love that there is a lifetime subscription option, to avoid annoying subscriptions which is what I opted for and younger competitors don’t offer. I personally encountered an annoying bug with Sign In with Apple in the app a long while ago. I reached out to the devs and Alex from support personally conversed with me over email quickly after. They said they would fix it and I forgot about it. Admittedly a long while later they did fix it! Funny enough I saw it in the update notes and wondered if it related to my issue and shortly later Alex followed up saying personally they fixed it. Thanks everyone!
  • Mar 5, 2021

    By Evgeniia Evseenko
    super useful, I anjoy every moment of using this app
  • Happy Long-Time User with Suggestions May 6, 2021

    By markbyrn
    I’ve been using App in the Air for around 8 years and great to see the developers offering enhancements such as being able to book flight and hotels. Initially I was not impressed with the hotel booking as it seemed the prices were higher than dedicated travel sites like Priceline. However in consulting with support, they told me the price listed is the total price including taxes and that almost always beats the other sites - I'd suggest adding a note to that effect. Another new enhancement is a C02 offset donation feature has been added to the profile tab. Nice concept in principal but many airlines (esp. International Flights) already offset emissions under a UN agreement or the customer voluntarily pays an offset when booking. Also, I often use the app to track other people’s flights and so it's not MY carbon footprint. I'd rather see a different enhancement such as an airport flight board.
  • Hit and miss May 31, 2019

    By G-Mo
    Automatic checkin was really handy on my first check in, but on my second it changed my pre-selected “main cabin extra” seat 8A to 25C (which shouldn’t even have been possible if I *didnt* have a pre-assigned seat given my auto checkin preferences). That makes auto check-in useless (I had to go into the American app and reselect my seat, which was fortunately still available). For flight info and updates it’s handy: automatically detected my reservations from my email so there was no data entry. It didn’t pick up the correct seat assignment from my American Airlines reservations (e.g. 12F instead of 12B somehow on one flight), but it was easy enough to edit that, and I’d use my boarding pass on the plane anyway. It also let me know about a lounge at STL I didn’t know about before, although it wasn’t in the terminal I was going to. It’s managed to replace Kayak as my source of flight info, although Kayak is free. I hope auto checkin gets more reliable, because it would be handy if I could trust it to not thoroughly screw up my prepaid seat assignment.
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By Vanni Gibertini
    I really like it. The graphics are very sleek and precise, notifications are punctual during the trip, although the alerts for check in are not customizable and they may not be totally useful as different carriers have different check in requirements and deadlines.
  • Good app but some UI improvements needed Dec 15, 2018

    By DocNartman
    I fly >100k miles a year with a mix of international and domestic destinations. This app is great to predict potential delays and also track my overall progress and other stats (types of planes, milestones, etc). The only negative is how it displays the current flight status as tiles where I have to swipe to see the anticipated arrival gate, etc and the location of the plane midnight doesn’t provide a map since I’m not hooked up to the internet. This is where Tripit and FlightRadar24 best this app out respectively. Tripit provides a really quick snapshot of what I have to do and where I need to go. While FlightRadar pretty much provides near real time data on the plane among other things. True, flightradar also needs WiFi, but it provides far more useful information when connected such as weather along the flight path, where other flights are coming from, etc. I typically use this app, flightradar, and Tripit to predict delays. I wish there was one app.
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By David
    Still the best and most entertaining app for its purpose.
  • Great app to manage all your bookings! Apr 25, 2021

    By cainj537
    For starters, app in the air is easy to use, has a very clean interface, and is incredible organized. Being able to add your loyalty numbers into the app is very helpful. Every time I book a trip it sees it and adds it to the “my trips” page. I love looking at all my future flights, it’s a way for me to look forward to all my future travels! I love the map where it shows all the routes I’ve flown, as well as stats of airports I’ve visited, aircraft types I’ve flown, and airlines I’ve flown. It’s all very interactive and organized. I love it! On the day of travel you get helpful notifications. For example before my flight I get a notification saying when I should leave for the airport in order to arrive two hours prior to departure. Very helpful! Overall I love App in The Air! If your a traveler it’s for you!
  • Great App, recent UI changes need to be fixed Feb 22, 2020

    By wag5000
    I’ve been using (and paying for this app) since 2015. I tell everyone about it and I’ve loved tracking my work flights. A lot of the recent UI changes look nice on the surface but they’ve limited old functionality. - Why can I no longer see the flight number on the “My Trips” page without clicking on the trip. I fly on a few different airlines and I would use that at a glance to see which airline the trip was on and how long my layovers were - The map no longer shows which routes you fly the most. They used to be color coded. Now everything is white - The video time lapse at the end of the year used to be the coolest feature. When I posted it on Facebook, tons of coworkers were interested in trying this app themselves. A few years ago the developer changed it to a giant map of the globe. I only fly in the US for work, so the video map looks silly now. I wish it would only show the parts of the world you fly in.
  • Best travel app for frequent travelers Oct 22, 2020

    By derkf
    App In The Air fulfills all of my travel needs and more. Besides the ability to add (and automatically add) any flight and it’s relevant info like ticket numbers and confirmation numbers makes it extremely useful for regular trips and complicated itineraries such as multi ticket and multi city trips - it combines everything into one tool. I also love seeing the travel map and how it shows details like airlines and aircraft most frequently travelled. I have the premium features and they are useful, but the app without these features is extremely useful. Something I would love to see in the future: more detailed airport maps such as the ones you see in airline stock apps. Hot links in the airline/hotel/car rental section that take you to the company’s respective app (or a link to download). Overall this app is great for anyone who flies, especially for avgeeks like me who like to track their trips. I have a folder of paper tickets I like to collect but having everything on this app makes everything that much easier.
  • Great app, deal, and team Jan 1, 2021

    By QuantumCommando
    Been using this app for several years now, though I don’t travel much. I love the clean UI, just the ability to track flights alone is super nice. Love that it has consistently improved in UI, features, and support consistently. To have everything in one place and not miss updates on flights from different airlines is a huge stress reliever. I love that there is a lifetime subscription option, to avoid annoying subscriptions which is what I opted for and younger competitors don’t offer. I personally encountered an annoying bug with Sign In with Apple in the app a long while ago. I reached out to the devs and Alex from support personally conversed with me over email quickly after. They said they would fix it and I forgot about it. Admittedly a long while later they did fix it! Funny enough I saw it in the update notes and wondered if it related to my issue and shortly later Alex followed up saying personally they fixed it. Thanks everyone!
  • Mar 5, 2021

    By Evgeniia Evseenko
    super useful, I anjoy every moment of using this app
  • Happy Long-Time User with Suggestions May 6, 2021

    By markbyrn
    I’ve been using App in the Air for around 8 years and great to see the developers offering enhancements such as being able to book flight and hotels. Initially I was not impressed with the hotel booking as it seemed the prices were higher than dedicated travel sites like Priceline. However in consulting with support, they told me the price listed is the total price including taxes and that almost always beats the other sites - I'd suggest adding a note to that effect. Another new enhancement is a C02 offset donation feature has been added to the profile tab. Nice concept in principal but many airlines (esp. International Flights) already offset emissions under a UN agreement or the customer voluntarily pays an offset when booking. Also, I often use the app to track other people’s flights and so it's not MY carbon footprint. I'd rather see a different enhancement such as an airport flight board.
  • Hit and miss May 31, 2019

    By G-Mo
    Automatic checkin was really handy on my first check in, but on my second it changed my pre-selected “main cabin extra” seat 8A to 25C (which shouldn’t even have been possible if I *didnt* have a pre-assigned seat given my auto checkin preferences). That makes auto check-in useless (I had to go into the American app and reselect my seat, which was fortunately still available). For flight info and updates it’s handy: automatically detected my reservations from my email so there was no data entry. It didn’t pick up the correct seat assignment from my American Airlines reservations (e.g. 12F instead of 12B somehow on one flight), but it was easy enough to edit that, and I’d use my boarding pass on the plane anyway. It also let me know about a lounge at STL I didn’t know about before, although it wasn’t in the terminal I was going to. It’s managed to replace Kayak as my source of flight info, although Kayak is free. I hope auto checkin gets more reliable, because it would be handy if I could trust it to not thoroughly screw up my prepaid seat assignment.
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By Vanni Gibertini
    I really like it. The graphics are very sleek and precise, notifications are punctual during the trip, although the alerts for check in are not customizable and they may not be totally useful as different carriers have different check in requirements and deadlines.
  • Good app but some UI improvements needed Dec 15, 2018

    By DocNartman
    I fly >100k miles a year with a mix of international and domestic destinations. This app is great to predict potential delays and also track my overall progress and other stats (types of planes, milestones, etc). The only negative is how it displays the current flight status as tiles where I have to swipe to see the anticipated arrival gate, etc and the location of the plane midnight doesn’t provide a map since I’m not hooked up to the internet. This is where Tripit and FlightRadar24 best this app out respectively. Tripit provides a really quick snapshot of what I have to do and where I need to go. While FlightRadar pretty much provides near real time data on the plane among other things. True, flightradar also needs WiFi, but it provides far more useful information when connected such as weather along the flight path, where other flights are coming from, etc. I typically use this app, flightradar, and Tripit to predict delays. I wish there was one app.
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By David
    Still the best and most entertaining app for its purpose.
  • Great app to manage all your bookings! Apr 25, 2021

    By cainj537
    For starters, app in the air is easy to use, has a very clean interface, and is incredible organized. Being able to add your loyalty numbers into the app is very helpful. Every time I book a trip it sees it and adds it to the “my trips” page. I love looking at all my future flights, it’s a way for me to look forward to all my future travels! I love the map where it shows all the routes I’ve flown, as well as stats of airports I’ve visited, aircraft types I’ve flown, and airlines I’ve flown. It’s all very interactive and organized. I love it! On the day of travel you get helpful notifications. For example before my flight I get a notification saying when I should leave for the airport in order to arrive two hours prior to departure. Very helpful! Overall I love App in The Air! If your a traveler it’s for you!
  • Great App, recent UI changes need to be fixed Feb 22, 2020

    By wag5000
    I’ve been using (and paying for this app) since 2015. I tell everyone about it and I’ve loved tracking my work flights. A lot of the recent UI changes look nice on the surface but they’ve limited old functionality. - Why can I no longer see the flight number on the “My Trips” page without clicking on the trip. I fly on a few different airlines and I would use that at a glance to see which airline the trip was on and how long my layovers were - The map no longer shows which routes you fly the most. They used to be color coded. Now everything is white - The video time lapse at the end of the year used to be the coolest feature. When I posted it on Facebook, tons of coworkers were interested in trying this app themselves. A few years ago the developer changed it to a giant map of the globe. I only fly in the US for work, so the video map looks silly now. I wish it would only show the parts of the world you fly in.
  • Feb 11, 2021

    By Pedro Neto
    Why now the app opens in the booking tab automatically? Before used to open in the Trips tab. At least give the user to choose it in the app settings.
  • Jan 24, 2021

    By Parth Sarthi Bajaj
    The app is crashing and won't open even after multiple reinstalls. Hope it is fixed as soon as possible.
  • Needs a lot of work Mar 15, 2018

    By NotExiled
    I downloaded the app in order to try it out (and had to give my credit card information to do so - very bad) and tried it with a trip I’m on now. The SMS alerts, the part I find most useful, are wrong and annoying. I got a message two days before my flight saying check in was open. It wasn’t until a day before the flight. I received many messages yesterday, the day of my first flight, telling me that the arrival terminal had changed. It hadn’t and one would have been enough. I got one of those at 1:30 in the morning, around 12 hours after I had arrived. During the day yesterday I received this series of messages, in this order: arrival terminal changed, flight landed, status changed to landed, arrival terminal changed, (after 5 hours) flight takes off in 15 minutes, arrival terminal changed, (at 1:30 am) arrival terminal changed. Too many problems, more annoying than helpful.
  • False advertising and underhanded charges Jan 4, 2019

    By SourceChild
    I want my money back!!! The sole reason I wanted this app was because I saw their promotion displaying AA flight info on Apple Watch. Well I found out after paying that a user cannot actually subscribe to AA accounts. So that’s strike 1. Then I was sorely made aware that there are actually dozens of travel service companies that I cannot link to. It was a lie! The big one that hit me today.... The subscription period... The screw you because they do not actually offer a year. Instead they charge for a calendar year and they do not pro rate. So I first signed up mid December. When I found out I was shafted $30 I was angry but figured it was my own bad luck. However today when I was charged another $30 because it’s a new “calendar year” is when I became really angry. This app is a scam and a piece of crap. It’s false advertisement and a rip off and I’m not only reviewing but reporting to Apple.
  • Consistently gets dates and time zones wrong Sep 5, 2018

    By Jimalaiyah
    I was super excited to integrate App in the Air into my daily routine. I’m a heavy business traveller. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work. Specifically, it posts flights to my calendar ON THE WRONG DAYS... and AT THE WRONG TIMES. As far as I’m concerned, this falls into the “you had one job” category. It also has cities in the US, which are in the same time zones, categorized in different time zones. Apparently, Raleigh, NC and Miami, FL are in different time zones (they’re not). I had a flight from the US to India show up on completely wrong days, and because I just trusted the app, I very nearly missed a flight and scheduled a number of meetings around incorrect information at great personal expense and embarrassment. If you plan to use the automatic calendaring feature, do not use this app. Maybe it’ll change, but it hasn’t yet. I submitted a support request and got nothing in return. Deleted.
  • Great info/interface, Poor database coordination Dec 24, 2017

    By Gfb1
    I was very excited when I first read the reviews and downloaded/opened the app: great, intuitive, and slick interface, useful data, and the opportunity to upgrade for additional useful features at a reasonable price. However, I was sadly disappointed by the weak database integration. Well over half of the flights that I wanted to enter did not populate using the airline, flight number, and date; I needed to enter these flights manually, including the time of departure and time of arrival. These were a mix of domestic and international flights, mostly on AA, but also involving other carriers: there was consistently weak access. Please note that my test of some 10 flights was mostly historic; but, all within the last 2 months. This is an app that I would love to use. However, it is not yet ready for me. Update 24 Dec 2017 I keep playing with the app: I want to find justification to use it. But, unfortunately, my update is to indicate that what I had indicated to be over half of the flights entered did not sync with the database proved to be a gross underestimate. Of the 44 flights that I logged into the system for 2017, no more than six or seven were recognized: all others needed to be entered manually.
  • Still Annoying Mar 9, 2021

    By PDelahanty
    I tried this app 5 years ago and left a 2 star review because of some annoying app behavior. Tried it again (after the developer replied to my FIVE YEAR OLD REVIEW) and am still annoyed. It seems to primarily focus on booking flights. Sorry, but I do that elsewhere and it’s highly unlikely I’ll ever book via this app. I think it has potential for keeping an interesting history of all my flights, but after entering just two (manually), it messed up. Either the app read the flight time I entered wrong or I typo’d the times, but there was NO WAY TO EDIT a flight after it’s in. Tried to delete and re-enter, but I couldn’t even delete a flight! It had an orange error warning come up. For something so simple, I’m not impressed that there’s an error that I found after not much usage.

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  • Best travel app for frequent travelers Oct 22, 2020

    By derkf
    App In The Air fulfills all of my travel needs and more. Besides the ability to add (and automatically add) any flight and it’s relevant info like ticket numbers and confirmation numbers makes it extremely useful for regular trips and complicated itineraries such as multi ticket and multi city trips - it combines everything into one tool. I also love seeing the travel map and how it shows details like airlines and aircraft most frequently travelled. I have the premium features and they are useful, but the app without these features is extremely useful. Something I would love to see in the future: more detailed airport maps such as the ones you see in airline stock apps. Hot links in the airline/hotel/car rental section that take you to the company’s respective app (or a link to download). Overall this app is great for anyone who flies, especially for avgeeks like me who like to track their trips. I have a folder of paper tickets I like to collect but having everything on this app makes everything that much easier.
  • Great app, deal, and team Jan 1, 2021

    By QuantumCommando
    Been using this app for several years now, though I don’t travel much. I love the clean UI, just the ability to track flights alone is super nice. Love that it has consistently improved in UI, features, and support consistently. To have everything in one place and not miss updates on flights from different airlines is a huge stress reliever. I love that there is a lifetime subscription option, to avoid annoying subscriptions which is what I opted for and younger competitors don’t offer. I personally encountered an annoying bug with Sign In with Apple in the app a long while ago. I reached out to the devs and Alex from support personally conversed with me over email quickly after. They said they would fix it and I forgot about it. Admittedly a long while later they did fix it! Funny enough I saw it in the update notes and wondered if it related to my issue and shortly later Alex followed up saying personally they fixed it. Thanks everyone!
  • Mar 5, 2021

    By Evgeniia Evseenko
    super useful, I anjoy every moment of using this app
  • Happy Long-Time User with Suggestions May 6, 2021

    By markbyrn
    I’ve been using App in the Air for around 8 years and great to see the developers offering enhancements such as being able to book flight and hotels. Initially I was not impressed with the hotel booking as it seemed the prices were higher than dedicated travel sites like Priceline. However in consulting with support, they told me the price listed is the total price including taxes and that almost always beats the other sites - I'd suggest adding a note to that effect. Another new enhancement is a C02 offset donation feature has been added to the profile tab. Nice concept in principal but many airlines (esp. International Flights) already offset emissions under a UN agreement or the customer voluntarily pays an offset when booking. Also, I often use the app to track other people’s flights and so it's not MY carbon footprint. I'd rather see a different enhancement such as an airport flight board.
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By Vanni Gibertini
    I really like it. The graphics are very sleek and precise, notifications are punctual during the trip, although the alerts for check in are not customizable and they may not be totally useful as different carriers have different check in requirements and deadlines.
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By David
    Still the best and most entertaining app for its purpose.
  • Great app to manage all your bookings! Apr 25, 2021

    By cainj537
    For starters, app in the air is easy to use, has a very clean interface, and is incredible organized. Being able to add your loyalty numbers into the app is very helpful. Every time I book a trip it sees it and adds it to the “my trips” page. I love looking at all my future flights, it’s a way for me to look forward to all my future travels! I love the map where it shows all the routes I’ve flown, as well as stats of airports I’ve visited, aircraft types I’ve flown, and airlines I’ve flown. It’s all very interactive and organized. I love it! On the day of travel you get helpful notifications. For example before my flight I get a notification saying when I should leave for the airport in order to arrive two hours prior to departure. Very helpful! Overall I love App in The Air! If your a traveler it’s for you!
  • Feb 8, 2021

    By Joey Lopes
    I miss using this awesome app. Great updates when I'm traveling fir work. I look forward to bring back online very soon!
  • Dec 3, 2020

    By Yevgeniy Sobolev
    I love this app. All information about your flight in one convinient place.
  • One of the top two travel apps ever made! Dec 18, 2019

    By PhilipCardwell
    App in The Air is my second favorite travel app ever (the first, and in my opinion the best is Flighty). While most of the REALLY good travel apps have “upped their game”, App in The Air and Flighty have gone above and beyond to stand out and supply you information that is not only useful, but also necessary, accurate and nicely displayed. I’m a premium subscriber to both apps and I believe that paying for the premium subscriptions is well worth it, if you fly more than a couple of times a year. It’s also worth noting that the “really good” travel apps (such as these) spend a lot of money to provide their apps with the timely and accurate data feeds that provide the end user (that’s me and you) with all of this detailed travel information that we’re seeing.
  • Good app but some UI improvements needed Dec 15, 2018

    By DocNartman
    I fly >100k miles a year with a mix of international and domestic destinations. This app is great to predict potential delays and also track my overall progress and other stats (types of planes, milestones, etc). The only negative is how it displays the current flight status as tiles where I have to swipe to see the anticipated arrival gate, etc and the location of the plane midnight doesn’t provide a map since I’m not hooked up to the internet. This is where Tripit and FlightRadar24 best this app out respectively. Tripit provides a really quick snapshot of what I have to do and where I need to go. While FlightRadar pretty much provides near real time data on the plane among other things. True, flightradar also needs WiFi, but it provides far more useful information when connected such as weather along the flight path, where other flights are coming from, etc. I typically use this app, flightradar, and Tripit to predict delays. I wish there was one app.
  • Good, but tries to do too much Dec 15, 2019

    By K. M. Peterson
    Very handy. However, I have the impression that to fully utilize the functionality it needs a _lot_ of sensitive access - for example, I found its import from Tripit wasn’t complete when I added plans to Tripit after my initial connection to the service. That is all I’m willing to give it now. Also, it’s kind of a hacker’s playground. I see the features, but I’m too technical to want to find out what doesn’t work without knowing how things are implemented before I spend time (and get “locked in” to) a new thing. I wish the documentation was better, but I realize that most people will just be sold on it and give it a try without my level of expectations and privacy concerns. To wit: I’m wary about letting any app simply try to parse through my email continually looking for travel receipts. If it is possible (and it may be, but wasn’t obvious) to set up an address just from which plans could be email-forwarded (as with Tripit) it would be a fine alternative. If I were paying for Tripit’s subscription features, and it was clear I could set up an address as mentioned above (accept and process forwarded mail, but you aren’t getting credentials to pull from that account), I’d be very inclined to drop Tripit for App In The Air, but my needs at this point don’t justify it. I like the app, wish you luck, and will look forward to seeing it get better.
  • Feb 6, 2020

    By Nick Lauer
    This app is perfect for seeing where you've been and how many hours you've travelled. I like the map, stats page, and achievements. Those pages provide accurate detail and interesting information in a simple understandable way. I have a few issues with the app, mostly from lack of information detail, difficulty adding information, and information inaccuracy. I wish there was more detail in the countries section as well as more countries overall. Flights can duplicate. Wrong flight times.
  • Hit and miss May 31, 2019

    By G-Mo
    Automatic checkin was really handy on my first check in, but on my second it changed my pre-selected “main cabin extra” seat 8A to 25C (which shouldn’t even have been possible if I *didnt* have a pre-assigned seat given my auto checkin preferences). That makes auto check-in useless (I had to go into the American app and reselect my seat, which was fortunately still available). For flight info and updates it’s handy: automatically detected my reservations from my email so there was no data entry. It didn’t pick up the correct seat assignment from my American Airlines reservations (e.g. 12F instead of 12B somehow on one flight), but it was easy enough to edit that, and I’d use my boarding pass on the plane anyway. It also let me know about a lounge at STL I didn’t know about before, although it wasn’t in the terminal I was going to. It’s managed to replace Kayak as my source of flight info, although Kayak is free. I hope auto checkin gets more reliable, because it would be handy if I could trust it to not thoroughly screw up my prepaid seat assignment.
  • Great App, recent UI changes need to be fixed Feb 22, 2020

    By wag5000
    I’ve been using (and paying for this app) since 2015. I tell everyone about it and I’ve loved tracking my work flights. A lot of the recent UI changes look nice on the surface but they’ve limited old functionality. - Why can I no longer see the flight number on the “My Trips” page without clicking on the trip. I fly on a few different airlines and I would use that at a glance to see which airline the trip was on and how long my layovers were - The map no longer shows which routes you fly the most. They used to be color coded. Now everything is white - The video time lapse at the end of the year used to be the coolest feature. When I posted it on Facebook, tons of coworkers were interested in trying this app themselves. A few years ago the developer changed it to a giant map of the globe. I only fly in the US for work, so the video map looks silly now. I wish it would only show the parts of the world you fly in.
  • Good, but missing two must-have features Dec 5, 2017

    By rfarwell5
    Hi, overall, I really enjoy this app. But I have two major concerns that I hope can be rectified in a future update: (1) I think there should be an option to have “Boarding at Gate XYZ” display on the iPhone and Apple Watch complication BEFORE boarding begins. It’s super unhelpful that Gate information doesn’t appear until it’s literally time to board. (2) As a big aircraft nerd, I’m really disappointed that the “Aircraft” tab of bookings is almost always blank. This is public information, so I do not understand this oversight. It would be really nice to have the Aircraft section actually work, with illustrations of the aircraft model, and also, seat configurations, which I now have to use a separate app for. If these concerns were addressed, I’d gladly rate this app 5 stars instead of 3.5 (which rounds down to 3).
  • Dec 23, 2018

    By A Google user
    much room for improvement. needs a lot of manual interaction to add flights that were not recognized. boarding passes are not added. and manual added fail sometimes. the app could be more intelligent. having a home screen where the most important action is instantly accessible. like instructions getting to the airport, realizing that I'm on the airport with location tracking showing only the today's flight. i completed check-in? show me boarding pass. available over notifications... etc...
  • Feb 11, 2021

    By Pedro Neto
    Why now the app opens in the booking tab automatically? Before used to open in the Trips tab. At least give the user to choose it in the app settings.
  • Needs a lot of work Mar 15, 2018

    By NotExiled
    I downloaded the app in order to try it out (and had to give my credit card information to do so - very bad) and tried it with a trip I’m on now. The SMS alerts, the part I find most useful, are wrong and annoying. I got a message two days before my flight saying check in was open. It wasn’t until a day before the flight. I received many messages yesterday, the day of my first flight, telling me that the arrival terminal had changed. It hadn’t and one would have been enough. I got one of those at 1:30 in the morning, around 12 hours after I had arrived. During the day yesterday I received this series of messages, in this order: arrival terminal changed, flight landed, status changed to landed, arrival terminal changed, (after 5 hours) flight takes off in 15 minutes, arrival terminal changed, (at 1:30 am) arrival terminal changed. Too many problems, more annoying than helpful.
  • Great info/interface, Poor database coordination Dec 24, 2017

    By Gfb1
    I was very excited when I first read the reviews and downloaded/opened the app: great, intuitive, and slick interface, useful data, and the opportunity to upgrade for additional useful features at a reasonable price. However, I was sadly disappointed by the weak database integration. Well over half of the flights that I wanted to enter did not populate using the airline, flight number, and date; I needed to enter these flights manually, including the time of departure and time of arrival. These were a mix of domestic and international flights, mostly on AA, but also involving other carriers: there was consistently weak access. Please note that my test of some 10 flights was mostly historic; but, all within the last 2 months. This is an app that I would love to use. However, it is not yet ready for me. Update 24 Dec 2017 I keep playing with the app: I want to find justification to use it. But, unfortunately, my update is to indicate that what I had indicated to be over half of the flights entered did not sync with the database proved to be a gross underestimate. Of the 44 flights that I logged into the system for 2017, no more than six or seven were recognized: all others needed to be entered manually.
  • Still Annoying Mar 9, 2021

    By PDelahanty
    I tried this app 5 years ago and left a 2 star review because of some annoying app behavior. Tried it again (after the developer replied to my FIVE YEAR OLD REVIEW) and am still annoyed. It seems to primarily focus on booking flights. Sorry, but I do that elsewhere and it’s highly unlikely I’ll ever book via this app. I think it has potential for keeping an interesting history of all my flights, but after entering just two (manually), it messed up. Either the app read the flight time I entered wrong or I typo’d the times, but there was NO WAY TO EDIT a flight after it’s in. Tried to delete and re-enter, but I couldn’t even delete a flight! It had an orange error warning come up. For something so simple, I’m not impressed that there’s an error that I found after not much usage.
  • Jan 24, 2021

    By Parth Sarthi Bajaj
    The app is crashing and won't open even after multiple reinstalls. Hope it is fixed as soon as possible.
  • False advertising and underhanded charges Jan 4, 2019

    By SourceChild
    I want my money back!!! The sole reason I wanted this app was because I saw their promotion displaying AA flight info on Apple Watch. Well I found out after paying that a user cannot actually subscribe to AA accounts. So that’s strike 1. Then I was sorely made aware that there are actually dozens of travel service companies that I cannot link to. It was a lie! The big one that hit me today.... The subscription period... The screw you because they do not actually offer a year. Instead they charge for a calendar year and they do not pro rate. So I first signed up mid December. When I found out I was shafted $30 I was angry but figured it was my own bad luck. However today when I was charged another $30 because it’s a new “calendar year” is when I became really angry. This app is a scam and a piece of crap. It’s false advertisement and a rip off and I’m not only reviewing but reporting to Apple.
  • Consistently gets dates and time zones wrong Sep 5, 2018

    By Jimalaiyah
    I was super excited to integrate App in the Air into my daily routine. I’m a heavy business traveller. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work. Specifically, it posts flights to my calendar ON THE WRONG DAYS... and AT THE WRONG TIMES. As far as I’m concerned, this falls into the “you had one job” category. It also has cities in the US, which are in the same time zones, categorized in different time zones. Apparently, Raleigh, NC and Miami, FL are in different time zones (they’re not). I had a flight from the US to India show up on completely wrong days, and because I just trusted the app, I very nearly missed a flight and scheduled a number of meetings around incorrect information at great personal expense and embarrassment. If you plan to use the automatic calendaring feature, do not use this app. Maybe it’ll change, but it hasn’t yet. I submitted a support request and got nothing in return. Deleted.

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