Technology

Mobile Apps For Travel Need To Be More User Friendly

Posted on April 30, 2013

BOSTON -- Travelers are regularly searching for flights, hotels and ground transportation using mobile devices, yet less than half are making mobile purchases.

New research from FlightView digs into the mobile purchasing behavior of 3,186 travelers, revealing the shocker: more than 80% of respondents say concerns about mobile security and transaction interruptions no longer stop them from making travel purchases.

Survey results and insights here.

Source: FlightView via Business Wire

Related Topics: business travel, mobile applications, vehicle apps

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