Traveldoo gets Uber on app, Delta creates offline mobile tools, and more...News / TechnologyBy PhocusWire | February 23, 2017Share This article was originally published on This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel devices in tourism and hospitality for February 2017.Thursday 23 February 2017:Traveldoo gets Uber on new app The upgraded travel expense app has a consumer-style interface, including an online booking tool and integration with Uber For Business. It also displays traveller nd local information during a trip based on the device's location.Thursday 16 February 2017:Delta upgrades mobile app The new version of the Fly Delta app, available on both Android and iOS-powered devices, includes airports maps that work offline, alongside access to boarding passes and flight information. The maps were developed with LocusLabs and include navigation and interactive tools for 20 airports that the airline serves, including some international destinations.Hotelzon releases hotel booking app The Travelport-owned corporate booking service's mobile app allows travellers to search, book and manager accommodation bookings within their existing company policy. The app has more than 300,000 properties with negotiated rates.Monday 13 February 2017:XL Airways has BYOD on-board Immfly's wireless platform will be used on-board the France-based carrier's aircraft heading to the Caribbean, Asia and the US so that passengers can view content on their own devices. The catalogue includes movies, TV shows, news, magazines, kids channels and travel guides.Thursday 9 February 2017:HappyCar launches rental apps The Germany-based car rental provider has created an app for Android and upgraded its iOS-powered devices, giving users access to more than 1,000 vehicle providers around the world. The app includes a geolocation feature for users to find a local provider and the ability to contact the rental service directly. The apps are available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Polish).Wednesday 1 February 2017:Cleartrip integrates with Uber in the Middle East Users of the online travel agency in the Middle East will now be able to book Uber rides within the mobile app. Reservations can also be made when a user books a flight or other product, connecting to the ride-sharing service via its API.NB: Travel devices image via Shutterstock.