ANN ARBOR — The Ann Arbor travel app developer Mobiata said Wednesday that its FlightTrack and FlightBoard for Google TV will be on display at this week’s Google I/O conference as part of the Developer Sandbox.

“Making our apps available to travelers across the globe, on all available and emerging devices and platforms, is a key component of our strategy,” said Ben Kazez, president and founder of Mobiata. “We see Google TV as a groundbreaking next step in how people interact with apps, and we’re excited to be developing for this next-generation format. We strive to make travel fun and exciting and having our apps on Google TV helps us realize that goal.”

Features for FlightTrack on Google TV include:
* Real-time status for gates, delays and cancellations for more than 4,000 airports worldwide
* Full international flight coverage with 1,400 airlines
* Find alternate flights in one tap
* Share flight status by email and social networks like Twitter and Google+
* Label your flights, store flight confirmation and seat numbers, and add notes
* Zoomable, live flight tracker maps with satellite and weather radar imagery
* Ability to review weather radar and forecasts
* Airtime, aircraft, and speed & altitude (U.S.)

Features for FlightBoard on Google TV include:
* Covers over 4,000 airports and 1,400 airlines worldwide
* Beautiful interface that mimics Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris
* Android Exclusive View FlightBoard on home screen with two different Live Wallpapers
* See the real-time status for any flight
* Instantly narrow results via an exceptional search interface
* Quickly switch between Departures and Arrivals boards
* Share flight status by email and social networks like Twitter and Google+

FlightTrack and FlightBoard for Google TV are available on Google Play.

Check out a demo video of the apps on YouTube:

Mobiata was founded in December 2008 and acquired by Expedia Inc. in 2010. Mobiata’s apps include the best-selling FlightTrack, FlightTrack Pro, FlightBoard, TripDeck and Expedia Hotels applications. In 2012 FlightBoard was named “Best Travel App” at the 15th Annual Webby Awards.

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