Booking.com Windows 8, 10 App Gets Plenty New Features
Booking.com has released its official app for Windows 8 users in the Windows Store for quite a while now, but now it has received a really big update that we’re going to talk about below. It’s definitely one of the best Windows 8 travel apps around, so go ahead and download it.
TripAdvisor and Booking.com are probably the most know travel apps in the world. Naturally, Booking.com couldn’t have ignored the big amount of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users and have released the official app in the Windows Store. Just like expected, the app looks really great and moves pretty fast, you can judge for yourself in the video from below. There are no advertisements at all inside the app, as they make money through partnerships, naturally. The app has a size of almost 25 megabytes and will work on Windows RT devices, as well.
According to the official changelog of the Booking.com Windows 8 app, here’s what has been made new with the application – the ability too securely store credit cards along with the previous ones, resume recently viewed hotels in case you forgot to write it down, the rooms and locations have been enriched with more details and photos to make it easier for you to take the final decision, touch-optimized semantic zoom feature to help you browse and navigate. Also, the app has been updated and will now let you sign up for Booking.com deals newsletter straight from inside the app. Have a look at the video from below for more inside details.
The Booking.com app for Windows 8 comes with more than 290,000 properties worldwide and over 18 millionreviews from real guests to make it easier for you to pick the most convenient place for your stay. To further help with that, there are nmore than 8 million hotel photos at your disposal. The booking process is really fast, and security is being given a special attention. So, just go ahead and follow the download links to get the app.
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