FLASH! With ‘Airport Transit Guide’ now an Android app, you can download it to your KINDLE FIRE by going to Amazon.com. Also to your Samsung, Nexus, and most other tablets by going to Google Play Store.
Salk’s Airport Transit Guide now Available on Android
I’ve written several times about Ron Salk’s wonderful Airport Transit Guide, and every time I enthusiastically endorse it as a must-have travel companion when you’re going to unfamiliar destinations.
Formerly a printed book, he switched to eBook format a few years ago, initially only for iOS – iPhones and iPads. The most recent version of the eBook came out just a month ago, and I reviewed it here.
And now, at long last, it is available for Android powered devices, too. You can now get it through the Google Store (it is an App, not a Book) and hopefully perhaps even already today, through the Amazon Marketplace too.
You’ll find it $5 very well spent.
LONG BEACH, Calif.–After some two years of success as an app on iPhone and iPad, Salk International’s Airport Transit Guide, arrived July 3 as an Android app for smartphones, available at Google’s Play Store and, shortly, at Amazon Apps. It sells for $4.99, including free updates to this version (1.3), and covers more than 460 airports worldwide. A Lite version, offering two sample cities, is free.”In response to many hundreds of requests from smartphone owners, we finally had to launch the Android app,” said Editor-in-Chief and Publisher Ron Salk. “We should have done so sooner, but other priorities intervened,” he added.
Designated 25th Edition, Version 1.3, it features more airports than ever before, hundreds of data changes, and new search functions. Once it is downloaded to the user’s device, a wireless connection is not needed to access detailed price, schedule, and route information for taxis, shuttles, limousines, buses, and trains, as well as parking rates and other useful advice. See: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.salk.atg Continue reading “‘ATG’ NOW AN ANDROID APP!” »