United Airlines has refreshed its mobile application, available to all major mobile devices including the iPhone, Android, Blackberry 10 and the Windows phone 8.
The update features an improved streamlined user interface that enables customers to manage their travel in real time during irregular flight operations. Passengers experiencing flight delays or cancellations now have the ability to choose between keeping their existing itinerary or, when available, change to a new one through the United app.
The airline has also announced plans to make mobile boarding pass scanning available at all of the more than 220 domestic airports it serves by the fall of this year. In 2007, United was the first was the first US airline to introduce mobile boarding passes and it currently offers the service in 40 international locations.