No other flight tracker app comes close to Flight Tracker. You can save and view any flight you want to the ‘My Flights’ tab, organize your flights according to trips you’re going to take in the ‘Trips’ tab, see interactive maps of any flight you choose, get all the information you need about any airport in the world (delays, terminal maps, etc.), get airplane info and seat maps for the flights you’re tracking or have saved, and so much more. You can also customize notifications to remind you of departures and arrivals. I haven’t even scraped the surface yet but I don’t know how many people are going to read a novel in the AppStore reviews. I will say that the app little tricky to navigate at first but that’s only because it has so many features. You just have to take a little bit of time to sit down and figure out everything the app has to offer!
I’ve been using this app for years, although in recent months, I’ve been using it daily to track and monitor the status of several flights per day. The last 3-4 flights specifically have not had the current status accurately displayed. I also now use another flight tracking app as a backup to tell me when these flights actually land. While the other app shows a particular flight has landed, this app has shown the same flight “should’ve landed...” whatever number of minutes ago and will show the flight with an updated time it is expected to land which is sometimes actually in the past. This has happened enough times recently that it seems like a glitch in a recent update. After I’ve picked up whoever was on that inaccurate flight, I will often go back to it and have recently found that it is still shown under those flights that are enroute. They will sometimes have a disclaimer added to them that says the information is out of date and it is because the information has not been submitted by the data provider. I’m very hopeful this can be resolved quickly as I have found this app to otherwise be the most helpful in managing to track multiple flights at the same time.
EDIT: I just learned that the connecting leg of my flight that was marked on this app as delayed is in fact on time. When it comes to travel, it’s actually better to have no info at all rather than the wrong info. For this reason, I’m removing the extra star I gave the app for finding the flights (which should kind of be a given for a flight-tracking app anyway). ——— Tried giving this app another try after it failed to find my flight the last time I tried it. I gave it a star for finding both the initial and connecting flights this time. Among the issues with the app are a truly non-intuitive interface that requires digging around to find critical options and info while fairly useless info (eg carrier corporate profiles) are accessed by clicking where you’d expect to find the important info. There also doesn’t appear to be any way to see how long your flight is delayed, only the fact that it is delayed, so you don’t know whether you need to make alternative arrangements either for air or ground transportation. Ultimately I only had this installed for 10 minutes; if I can’t get critical flight info in that amount of time (either because it’s not available in the app or because locating it in the app takes so long due to the interface), then the app isn’t serving its intended purpose.
I used FlightTracker for almost 3 years when I was commuting across the U.S. The software never let me down. I always knew what time to ask for a pickup or in turn to pick up a loved one, friend, or acquaintance who needed the assistance. FlightTracker is very easy to use on either a desktop computer, a mobile smart phone or another web-enabled device. The app only takes a minute to load without asking for all kinds of identification or money. I truly appreciate the service. Statistics on the desktop version is interesting. I’ve also used those stats to determine route patterns and times. Once you take a deep dive you to will be convinced of its features and utility...there’s my plane, gotta go. Get FlightTracker so you know when to come and go.
This app is so much worse than it used to be before the major overhaul they did on the structure/UI. I don't think I it has improved in any way since then, but here is what has gotten worse: (1) it freezes and crashes more often (2) it separates flights into buckets - upcoming and past. The old UI just had one long list which was super easy to navigate. And now it's actually harder to find you old flights to reference (3) I have completed flights from weeks ago that it still shows as "in progress" (4) I used to love the list of flights because I could always go back and look at all of my flights for the year - now that is harder to do with the awkward layout and it is inaccurate because of the issues I've mentioned already (5) it's no longer intuitive functionality. Please bring back the old format of the app! It hasn't happened in the new app but this app used to tell me my flight was delayed or changed well before the airline' site did which is a good feature. Not sure if I've just had flights with fewer changes or if that is no longer the case, but it has always been a major pro for this app.
Developed by International Airport Flight Track Technologies.
The Flight Tracker is ranking in Travel & Business
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 4.0.1.
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