The iTravel app should work on Macs, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, allowing users to make trip reservations and share them with others. Users should also be able to take care of luggage check ins with the app as well.
Lookout Inc., a mobile-phone security firm, scanned nearly 300,000 free applications for Apple Inc.s iPhone and phones built around Google Inc.s Android software. It found that many of them secretly pull sensitive data off users' phones and ship them off to third parties without notification.
Imagine standing at the entrance of a restaurant and viewing their menu on your iPhone or entering a public library and being able to access their database. The minute you leave the library or the front of that restaurant, the app disappears so that you don't clog up your iPhone with hundreds of local business apps.