milefeedsMilefeeds is a free iOS app that’s really simple to use. It’s an aggregator so it helps you stay current with all the news and deals in the frequent flyer world. Users can choose to follow posts from over 70 blogs, from sites I’ve never heard of—like AAdvantageGeek—to some of my favorites like View From The Wing. It will help you stay up to date on all the tools you need to collect and redeem frequent flyer miles, hotel points and mistake fares from most of the experts. I say most because they don’t include JohnnyJet.com!

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2 Comments On "Travel App of the Week: milesfeed"
  1. Linda Ruggeri|

    I used your link to “milesfeed” and was connected to the iTunes app store. I downloaded it to my iPad. All i get is a blank screen asking to choose the blogs to be sent daily. No blogs are listed. I have deleted and reinstalled the app multiple times. Same results.
    What would you recommend to fix this.

    Thanks

    1. Johnny Jet|

      Looks like the app is down but the website is still live https://milesfeed.com/

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