Hotwire Launches New App for iPad

Posted June 27, 2013 at 5:12pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6521 views

Hotwire, a service for finding great deals on hotels, has launched a new app for the iPad.

Save up to 50% (even last minute!) with Hotwire Hotels. When hotels have unsold rooms, they use Hotwire to fill them, so you get deeply discounted rates. Find great deals tonight and every night. Book your hotel within seconds! Sign in to save payment info and access any trip booked on Hotwire.com.

Find ridiculously good hotel deals
• Thousands of hotels at your fingertips
• Up to 50% savings on brand name hotels
• Hotel deals in over 40,000 cities
• Prices so low, hotels will only reveal their identity after checkout
• All hotels backed by Hotwire’s Low Price Guarantee

Book your hotels within seconds
• Book a hotel from the home screen with just a few taps
• Find hotel deals near you and explore prices by neighborhood with interactive maps
• Powerful sort and filters help you find the right hotel for you
• Check out quickly and easily
• Tap to call a hotel expert 24 hours a day

Access your Hotwire.com account
• Express check out for logged in customers
• Save information securely to streamline booking
• Access any flight, rental car or hotel you booked with Hotwire

What's New In This Version:
● Announcing our brand new iPad App! Same great deals, now optimized for iPad.
● Fixed a few bugs to streamline hotel booking.

You can download Hotwire Hotels from the App Store for free.

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