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Originally posted on TechCrunch:
If you are a frequent flyer, you have probably developed some kind of strategy to make checking in to your flights while on the go somewhat bearable. But mobile travel app Worldmate, which was acquired by Carlson Wagonlit Travel last year, now makes it a snap to check in to your flights in a few seconds.
The service notifies you when you can check in to flights and uses the trip info you’ve already imported into the app to pre-populate many of the fields for the most popular airlines. For now, this feature is only available in the iOS app (both the free and $9.99 Gold version), but WorldMate CEO Amir Kirshenboim told me it’s soon coming to the company’s Android app, too.
The cool thing about the feature is that WorldMate developer Alon Tidhar, who built the first version of this tool during his 20 percent time at…
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