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App Review: 2 Flight Apps by inZania

April 15, 2009 by Dorothy  
Filed under Daily App Reviews, Utility

Ever wanted to check the price of airfare, but there is not a computer around?  Or maybe you just want to get out of town.  inZania has two apps in the iTunes App Store designed to help you find the cheapest and best airfare.

cheapescape1 100x150 App Review: 2 Flight Apps by inZaniaThe first app is called Cheap Escape.  This app is very simple and easy to use.  You simply enter in the airport that you want to depart from, and the app finds the cheapest airfare from that airport to many destinations.  You can browse pricing to many different locations.  This app does not, however, display the flight information for you.  When you tap on a city, you can then email the flight to yourself or open it up in Safari.

 

airfare6 100x150 App Review: 2 Flight Apps by inZaniaThe second app, Airfare, offers more functionality and is more helpful, I think.  Airfare allows you to search for flights more specifically.  You can search one-way or round trip flights in much the same way as you can on Travelocity, Expedia, or other such websites.  You enter in the cities you want to fly to and from and the dates you want to fly.  The app will find the cheapest flights (including Southwest flights).  This particular app is nice because in the search results, it displays the airline, price, number of stops, total travel time, and the departure and final arrival times.  Once you have found a flight that interests you, you can once again choose to email it to yourself or open it up in Safari.

These two apps may not be the easiest way to book your travel, but they are are great way to research pricing and flight times.

Cheap Escape is $0.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Airfare is $0.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Developer’s Website: www.techtravelr.com

Quick Look: Mad Libs by inZania

March 18, 2009 by Dorothy  
Filed under Entertainment, Kids, Quick Look

Update: It appears as though Mad Libs has been removed from the App Store.

madlibs2 200x300 Quick Look: Mad Libs by inZaniaDid you ever play mad libs as a kid?  I remember trying to come up with the most off-the-wall words I could and then laughing so hard wih my friends that none of us could read the mad lib back at the end.  Mad libs are easy to do and fun for people of all ages.  You just need to know your parts of speech (ie. noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, etc.)  You come up with words that fit each part of speech asked for and the words are inserted into a story or text.  Then, you read it back.  Hopefully, the words don’t fit and create a funny story to read.

This Mad Libs app by inZania allows you to create mad libs by yourself or with your friends.  You can choose your own story by title or complete a random mad lib.  You don’t see the story until all of the words have been entered.  After you have read your mad lib, the app keeps track of them.  You can go back and read the funny ones again and again.  You can also create your own mad lib and submit it.

If you need a good laugh, mad libs will do it.

Mad Libs is $2.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Developer Website: http://inzania.com