What else? Oyster iPad, SoftBrands hotel system, Megabus mobile, Hotel.info language extensionNewsBy PhocusWire | February 17, 2012Share This article was originally published on What else is going on in the world of travel tech? A round-up of other stories from across the industry. Hotel review service Oyster dived into the world of the tablet, launching its dedicated iPad app this week. The applications showcases 600,000 hotel photos in 125 destinations around the world. Other features include expert hotel reviews, travel guides, search tools for the properties and interactive maps.SoftBrands (a division of Infor) reveals string of new customers for its Hotel Management System. Brands include hotels across the US as well as the Najeti Hotels & Golf chain in France. The platform is a cloud-based system which allows customers to manage availability and rates as well as guest profiles and in-house services.Megabus USA unveils mobile application to give users better idea of when their bus will arrive. The Android and iPhone app also shows users where particular stops are located in a city (mid-west and south-west US routes only at the moment, north-east to follow) alongside ETAs for services. Critics, however, have bemoaned the lack of New York City, one of the brand's most popular destinations, in the initial run of the app.More tablet shenanigans. Online hotel reservation service Hotel.info launches an English language version of its iPad application. Originally launched in Germany, subsequent roll-outs have seen versions for Spain, France and Italy. The Hotel.info online reservation service claims to have around 210,000 hotels around the world on its system.