App of the Week: Voice-Activated Flight Search App

Voice-Activated Flight Search App
Is this the way of the future? CheapAir.com (I’ve never booked with them before) just released a new, free, mobile app which features a voice-activated flight search function. The app uses semantic language technology for its easy search free-form website search and can be used on the iPhone 4S and iPad 3.

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Johnny Jet

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1 Comment on "App of the Week: Voice-Activated Flight Search App"

  1. This is a great app! I love CheapAir and their voice activated search function is awesome. I work at DISH and started using it after a coworker recommended it to me. Another favorite of mine is DISH Anywhere, which lets me watch recorded and live programming from my home receiver, using my iPad or iPhone. It works anywhere where I am, so it’s perfect for layovers or just kicking back in the hotel at the end of a long day to relax.

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