A few months ago I decided to switch to T-Mobile for their international data service, but also because their phones allow WiFi calling as long as the phone supports it. I went from the iPhone 5S to the LG G2. After I got over the size issue of the G2 (one-handed use of the phone was not entirely possible, even with the keyboard on the one hand setting.
Another thing I noticed was that it was a step back in time using the United app. I was flying United a good bit earlier this year before US left Star Alliance and the United app was quickly becoming my favorite. It presented the information in my face that I needed, when I needed it. No fumbling around to find boarding passes if they didn’t make it to Passbook yet (the only thing I really miss from my iPhone is Passbook).u
I’m glad the Android version of the United app has changed to the modern look. I don’t have any flights on United any time soon (my next few trips I have booked are all Delta) but hopefully it works the same.
The new mobile app also includes all-new features unique to the Android platform, including the ability to rotate the screen, stack multiple boarding passes and utilize a new home screen widget. Similar to the iOS 7 version, the new mobile app for Android enables customers to view seat maps more clearly, purchase Travel Options and book award tickets on multiple flights.
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