Flight Track -- an indispensable app for those of us who go places to do things for a living -- just got itself a sizable (if slightly cryptic) update. First, the changelog:
- Customizable time zones for flight times
- Added calendar-style date selection (phone)
- Significant reduction in app size
- ICS-based enhancements (phone and tablet)
- Missing string localizations for some languages
- Minor bug fixes
And now, a little tough love: We're not quite sure what these "ICS-based enhancements" are, but we know one thing: Flight Track is still using the legacy menu design that is supposed to be phased out with Ice Cream Sandwich. But Flight Track's still got the telltale menu button tucked down with the ICS navigation buttons, and that's not good.
Hey, developers. It's time for some spring cleaning. We're picking on Flight Track right now, but this remains true for far too many applications. And it's probably a good thing that they be updated now, before Google decides to bring down the hammer.
End of lesson. We've got download links for Flight Track after the break.
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