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American Airlines, Inc.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Travel and Local||5.2.2||August 28, 2017||3.83|
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Version 5.2 released on July 18, 2017
- An improved booking experience (with more improvements on the way)
- The ability to rebook your flight when there are delays or cancellations
- New background images
- Minor enhancements and bug fixes
Version 5.2.2 released on August 28, 2017
Version 5.1 released on May 31, 2017
· An alert when it’s time to check-in
· Travel advisories (like weather or airport issues) that impact your trip
· An easier-to-find upgrade list on the day you travel
· Bug fixes and minor enhancements
Version 5.0 released on April 06, 2017
· Updated look and feel allows for easier navigation and access to details during your next trip
· Sliding action menu with dynamic content knows what you need as you travel
· New push notification to alert you when flight changes occur
· “Manage trip” link added to make reservation changes easier
· New airport terminal maps added
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With the American Airlines app, you’re covered with the information you need exactly when you need it. Need a mobile boarding pass? Wondering where the closest Admirals Club® lounge is located? All of this info, and more, is available at your fingertips.
-Dynamic home screen: Knows where you are in your travel journey and gives you easy access to the right tools at the right time.
-Mobile boarding pass: Check in for your trip and retrieve your mobile boarding pass. No need to print, and it’s updated along the way.
-Flight updates: Get the latest ﬂight updates by simply retrieving your reservation and allowing American Airlines to send notiﬁcations to your mobile device.
-Interactive terminal maps: Navigating airports is a breeze with our interactive terminal maps. Find the closest Admirals Club lounge or get directions to your connecting gate.
-AAdvantage® account details: Review all the details of your AAdvantage account right from the app. Not an AAdvantage member? Sign up today.
-Upgrade your seat: Request and purchase upgrades with ease. Want to see where you are on the list? The app displays the upgrade standby list within four hours of your scheduled departure.
-Seat selection: Select or change your seat within the app. Just pick the one you’d like and change it on the spot.
-Track your bag: Know exactly where your bag is from the time it leaves your hands to when you extend the handle at your ﬁnal destination.
-Save your reservation: Your recently viewed reservations are automatically saved in the app so you can easily grab the details for your next ﬂight in seconds.
-Quick interactions: The American app utilizes 3D touch and is Apple watch compatible, giving you quick access to the most important info.
-Wi-Fi access in the air: Don’t forget on flights with Wi-Fi, you can use the American app and aa.com to check flight information and watch movies and TV shows at no cost.
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Why we need the permissions:
We will be adding location assistance to mapping (see our new terminal maps) that uses BLE
Your location helps us give you relevant information tailored to where you are at the time.
Access to photos is required to store parking reminders.
The camera allows the app to scan credit cards and expedite the checkout process.
Wi-Fi connection information
This allows the app to understand when connectivity exists to give you the data you need.
Other various permissions allow the app to: receive google notifications, process notifications while the device is trying to sleep, access American’s web services, and vibrate for important messages.
American Airlines Ranking History | Travel and Local
American Airlines daily app ranking in Travel and Local category for the last 30 days.
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