Booking.com App Now Lets iPad Users Draw a Boundary Around Where They Want to Stay

Booking.com App Now Lets iPad Users Draw a Boundary Around Where They Want to Stay

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The Booking.com app has been updated to let iPad users draw a custom boundary around the area they want to stay.

Booking.com puts over 440,000 properties at your fingertips for simple and secure booking on your iPhone and iPad. Find ideal accommodations – anywhere, anytime – best price guaranteed.

Features:
● Find properties fast
● The best hotel deals
● Choose the right place for you
● Simple, secure booking
● Helping you at every step of your stay

What's New In This Version:
This release we introduced a fun, easy way to find the perfect place to stay in any destination. And once you've booked, it's really simple for you to manage that too (no matter which device you travel with)!

- DRAW YOUR OWN BOUNDARIES
iPad users, behold! You can now select an area of any destination where you want to stay. Literally draw it onto the map with your finger.

Whether it's a stretch of beaches or an area around a few of your favorite landmarks, we'll show you properties available inside that area.

Look for the "Draw" button on the map to get started.

- EVEN EASIER ACCESS TO YOUR BOOKING
Your next trip is now visible on the home screen of the iPhone app. In one tap you can access your confirmation, make changes, get directions, contact the property and much, much more…

And remember, this is also available on your iPad. No matter which device you're on – we're with you every step of your stay!

You can download Booking.com from the App Store for free.

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Booking.com App Now Lets iPad Users Draw a Boundary Around Where They Want to Stay

Booking.com App Now Lets iPad Users Draw a Boundary Around Where They Want to Stay
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