OnTheFly for Android Released


Google’s almost-acquired ITA has released their OnTheFly application for Android. OnTheFly is a comprehensive search tool which gives you the ability to find flights on the go just as easily as you would sitting at a desktop. The information returned is as plentiful as plentiful can get, but if you want to book the flight that’s about as far as it goes: you’re directed to call the airline to give them the information on your screen.


Still, it’s a great way to quickly check out prices and available flights without having to use the desktop version of whatever your favorite airline comparison and search site happens to be. Try it out now by searching “OnTheFly in the Android market.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Good idea. If it updates quickly, this would be a good thing for Android users. Not so much if you don’t own one.

  2. What no QR code for the lazy?

  3. This seems like it would be pretty helpful for someone like me, we will have to see. Wheres the QR code for Lazy me?

  4. I know QR codes must be standard when reviewing or discussing apps.

    Though it doesnt matter for me cuz i busted my nexus one camera yesterday.


  5. Nice app. just checked it out. fast and accurate, gives pricing in pounds, even gives useless stuff like pollution amount for journey!

    But would be useful if tickets could be bought directly via the app. I would surely keep this app and even buy tickets If the facility is made available later.

    Needs further improvements like ticket buying facility, apps to SD card.

    Flaw, major one is it gave me an usa number for the airline instead of an UK number and I accidentally dialed that number while scrolling the page. needs confirm option before making calls via the app.

  6. I tend to book complicated itineraries, and this app won’t allow multi-city, or open-jaws searches.

  7. QR codes please. come now….. this is android and 2010. thank you though!

  8. Always force closes after selecting the second leg on my phone. Meh. But otherwise it is a great app; only useful if it can redirect to a booking site/service afterwards, though…

  9. Yes I have emailed the publishers yesterday asking for an update to the software to allow multi city and open jaw journeys. Use the feedback option in the app to give feedback so that they can improve it. Before a facility for buying tickets is allowed they need to also allow local itinerary saving on SD card rather than just having email facility. This would be useful for frequent travellers

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