Google moves from Webkit to Blink, Samsung seems to be steadily pseudo-forking Android for its own purposes, and other developments in the mobile web.
With 17.5% of its global website traffic already coming from mobile browsers, Travelzoo unveiled its first mobile website, in the US, and debuted an Android app, as well.
Google has optimized Google Flight Search for Android and iOS mobile devices — before launching international capabilities.
For online travel agencies, it’s all about hotels and mobile — so witness dueling initiatives from Expedia and Orbitz.
Viator introduced versions 1.0 of its iPhone and iPad apps, and also did a lot of work behind-the-scenes making changes that users of the iPhone app, in particular, can take advantage of.
Expedia Inc. was on the move today with four mobile developments: Expedia.com launched its first Android app and upgraded its mobile website, and sister company Hotels.com introduced two new mobile apps, for iPhone and Android.
BnBFinder introduced a mobile website featuring location-based search for B&Bs, inns and smallish hotels.