Make the most of a short transfer or a long layover with these handy airport apps. They empower you to avoid the many pitfalls that overtook many a traveler back in the days when a tourist book and some maps was the best that you could hope for as far as trying to figure out where the heck you are in the airport was concerned. If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing than let the world be put on notice because with this list of airport apps for the iPhone your knowledge and prescience just grew astronomically.
Gate Guru has set the bar very high when they promise (in so many words) that you will enjoy your airport experience when you take advantage of their app. This may be the first recorded use of the words enjoy and airport in the same sentence. When most people think of the word airport, enjoy probably isn’t the first word that enters their minds. If any app can deliver on that enjoyable time it is Gate Guru. By providing you with a heads up on security and the location of amenities within the major airports, the app will save you innumerable headaches and hassles.
iFly Pro Airport Guide
iFly Pro Airport Guide offers the largest selection of airports reviewed. Some of its features are even available off line so that you can get the ball rolling on your itinerary while still airborne. It has terminal maps that work with GPS so now you can be hyper aware of just where you stand in the heady world of modern flight. It informs you as to the availability of Wi-Fi, parking, eats and most any services that you may desire in the vicinity of your flight gate.
FlightBoard is an amazingly powerful tool for anyone interested in the comings and goings of aircraft throughout the many airports of the world. Your smart phone is transformed into the flight information boards of any of thousands of airports. No more waiting on hold for the flight data that you need to plan your schedule around. If your spouse is stuck in the snow in Ohio then there is no sense waiting up all night for a flight that won’t be in until the next day. Have a nice cup of chamomile and regroup for the morrow.
Frankfurt’s Airport, FRA Airport App
Frankfurt’s FRA airport app is the go to app for your trip to Frankfurt. Food, shopping and other services are laid out right on your screen. It will save you several miles of walking around in circles trying to board your flight. You’ll always know exactly where to grab that quick cup of coffee. The app allows your pertinent data, such as parking location, flight information, gates and more to be recorded on your Android device to speed your journey to its destination without all of the stress of wondering just where everything is.
Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport App
Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport app takes the mystery out of traveling to this exotic locale. When you are privy to the important and useful information it places into your hands you are empowered in your European adventures like never before. With its incorporated alerts you are immediately aware of any pertinent changes as to your flight’s status. Public transit is detailed so that you can go green and leave the machine. Since this is the official app of Schiphol you can rest easy knowing that the integrity of your data is assured.
12 thoughts on “5 Airport Apps for Android”
It’s a funny thing the unofficial Schiphol iPhone app is way better… check http://www.schipholapp.nl
Hi, Is the app open source ? I’m new in android programming and use some packages that aren’t practical in real world! So I’m looking for some android codes that be used to covers airport diff services and I need help to teach and use android codes in airport environment.
Sorry I don’t know about android codes to cover airport services.
Good luck on your search!
Ok, And you have no relationship with someone that has the android codes?
Thanks again for your comments. Your question asks is ‘the’ app open source. But their are five apps reviewed. To which of the five apps are you referring? Let me know and I will see what I can do.
In the mean time, here is a link or two for open source Android codes…
also check out InfoQ.com for further insights.
And special thanks Mr.Martin for your answer. I think in list of this page’s android apps ,”FRA Airport App” can be practical and useful. Also I was just visit your directed links. The open source apps can be useful, but as I said before It’s very good to find an app that covers airport services virtually that implement in android platform.
Also in Android market(or “play.google.com”) there are another apps such as “Stansted Airport Ltd” that are very graphical and more-covered services and I think that can be better choice !
You are welcome! Thanks for the clarification. Now that my Ginkgo has taken effect, I further conclude that while it is likely that most of these apps will be based on open source code, it is also likely that the code is tweaked enough to render them no longer open source apps.
Plus, these companies wish to earn money from the sale of them, so they likely won’t want to share their coding. However, most of these are probably small concerns and would be willing to listen to any offers that you might have for them to customize their app to suit your needs.
Hello Martin, Are you observe my last comment? I’m wait …
Yes and thanks. Just a last minute inspiration.
You mean there are no way to recognize some procedures of the apps?
I was just think that you have access to some of these software. OK,Thanks a lot Mr.Martin.
Best thing to try would be to download the apps, get acquainted with their use and contact the vendors.
I only review them.
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