Online travel booking agency Cleartrip announced that they are the first to launch an app for Apple Watch, which can be enabled through the Watch app on an iPhone.
The app shows travellers a concise list of all their upcoming trips, and presents contextual, time-sensitive information when it’s needed, a company spokesperson wrote.
The app also notifies the user when a flight is delayed, rescheduled or cancelled, and 24 hours before a flight departure, presents the flight number, flight status and updated departure time.
Apple sold 1 million units of the Apple Watch on the first day of its launch, shipping more units than Google’s Android Wear partners in a year.
Apple Watch will retail on April 24 in 9 countries - Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the UK and the US. Apple hasn’t revealed a date for an Indian launch yet.
The most affordable variant of the Apple Watch Sport costs $399, while the gold edition Apple Watch costs up to $17,000.