One of the few joys of sitting in a hard, cramped chair at 40,000 feet is peeking out the window and taking in the vast horizon below you. But how do you know what you are looking at?
A new free travel app called Inflighto takes the map technology that has been glued into your neighbor’s headrest for the last few decades to a whole new level.
While the headrest maps superimpose a not-to-scale plane over a slowly shifting map, Inflighto uses the plane’s WiFi to deliver live pinpoint tracking. The app also connects to social media platforms, making it easier to keep friends and family updated on your flight.