Fly Delta Gets Bumped to Version 3.0 with Full Redesign


Looking to fly Delta anytime soon? If you are, you'll be happy to know that Delta has given their app a huge and much needed overhaul. the redesign not only gives it a fresh new look but makes navigation considerably better than it ever has been. Now when you are ready to fly, you just open the app and pull up the 'Today' section. Everything you need to get on that plane (minus your luggage of course) can be found in the app. What's also awesome is the app is fully Android Wear compatible. So you won't even have to pull out your phone once you pass security as your boarding pass will be right on your wrist in a handy QR code and the attendant at the gate can scan it.

Of course, one of the best parts about the app outside of having electronic boarding passes on your wrist. Is the ability to not just buy tickets themselves from the app, but also to change your seat, add additional features like in-flight WiFi and Priority Boarding and more. If your flight gets rescheduled, missed or canceled you can even rebook it from within the app meaning no crazy email trails to follow and no annoying itineraries or customer service representatives to deal with either.


You'll find a map of all flights en route to the airport, so you can track when your plane is scheduled to get to the airport. Not forgetting you will be able to find all those hidden Delta Sky Club lounges that are lying around in wait for your drinking pleasure. Additional maps of airports, weather and public transportation details are available for when you get to your destination as well.  There's even some niceties for when you get back like the ability to take a picture of your parking spot so you don't forget where you left your ride home after you get back from your trip.  Of course, all of this is free and it's a pretty small app too. So go ahead and click that Google Play Store link below to download a copy of the app for yourself and make your next flight on Delta just that much easier.

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