Expedia 3.0 Brings Itineraries, Support for Additional Countries, More

Posted March 29, 2013 at 7:55pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 10118 views

Expedia 3.0 has been released for iOS bringing a new Itineraries feature, support for more countries, improved checkout, and more.

New! You can now view a beautiful itinerary of the trips you've booked in the app or on our website. As always, you can save up to 60% with amazing Expedia Mobile Exclusive hotel deals and then, use your iPhone or iPod touch to find the best flight to anywhere in the world (flight booking currently only available on iPhone/iPod touch).

Save big on hotel rooms
• Save up to 60% with Expedia Mobile Exclusive hotel deals
• Default to your current location for fast, on-the-go booking
• See reviews from actual hotel customers
• Sort by price, deals, or reviews — instantly
• Get cheap hotel rooms or 5-star luxury suites

Find the perfect flight
• Book a flight to anywhere in the world
• Sort by price, duration, or time instantly
• Search by airport name, city, or code

Book in a flash
• Already signed in? Book in under 30 seconds
• Earn Expedia Rewards points for mobile bookings
• Slide to purchase and away you go!

New! View your itinerary
• View upcoming trips that you book in the app and on the web
• Open the app when you're about to travel and immediately see your trip
• It looks awesome, too!

What's New In This Version:
• Itineraries! A beautiful timeline of your upcoming trips with Expedia
• New! Flight booking is now available in Spain, Sweden, Austria, and the Netherlands (iPhone only)
• Improved! We made it easier to select dates for multi-night hotel stays and roundtrip flights
• Improved! We simplified the checkout process so that you can book even faster

You can download Expedia Hotels & Flights from the App Store for free.

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