MapQuest continues to bolster their brand with a refreshed and reinvigorated product offering. The latest update to the mobile experience is an integrated social sharing feature for places.
India is going to be a mobile-first country when it comes to the travel industry, says Google travel industry boss, Siddharth Dabhade.
The pervasive fragmentation in online travel is extending into mobile. Travel companies are simply applying their existing web services to native and mobile web apps.
Consumers use smartphones and tablets in markedly different ways when researching and booking travel. So, therefore, separate strategies are needed to play to the distinct usages of each device.
Walkability: it’s an elusive measurement of a given area’s walkable quotient, or how easy it is to get around by foot. Residents are generally happy to be able to walk more, Millenials are flocking to walkable urban areas more than ever, and organizations are popping up supporting Smart Growth in urban areas.
The so-called cloud and mobile should be a shining example of a marriage made in heaven, blessed by the gods and beloved by all.
We’ve all been hearing in travel about the “year of the mobile” for, well, years – but now that such predictions have come to fruition, what does it mean for travel websites?
The mobile phone is probably not the first device that comes to mind when researching a holiday destination
If your mobile application is pending approval by Apple then it’s probably a good idea to take a deep breath before reading further
Singapore is the best city in the world for budget travellers looking for wifi available in accommodation, according to a study by Hostelbookers.