Clear and Geodelic Bring Flysmart to Android

Stuck in a strange airport on layover and have a sudden craving for coffee that doesn't come from a dispenser?  Clear Channel partnered with Geodelic to bring their free FlySmart application to Android devices.

The application, which currently works in more than 20 airports, will give you at a glance information about terminal exits, restrooms, and shops within your terminal.  If you're waiting for a flight, you can use the built in Flight Tracker to see departing and arriving flight times directly on your device. 

Once you leave the airport, the application will tie into Geodelic's location discovery guide, which will give you ideas on what to do in whatever city you find yourself in. 

Hit the Read More link to see a list of currently supported airports as well as a link to grab the free application for yourself. [FLYsmart via Business Wire]

Flysmart  Airports:

  • Atlanta Int'l Airport (ATL)
  • Chicago Midway Int'l Airport (MDW)
  • Chicago O'Hare Int'l Airport (ORD)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth Int'l Airport (DFW)
  • Denver Int'l Airport (DEN)
  • Detroit Metro Airport (DTW)
  • Logan Int'l Airport (BOS)
  • Los Angeles Int'l Airport (LAX)
  • McCarran Int'l Airport (LAS)
  • Miami Int'l Airport (MIA)
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul Int'l Airport (MSP)
  • New York LaGuardia (LGA)
  • New York JFK Airport (JFK)
  • Philadelphia Int'l Airport (PHL)
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor Int'l Airport (PHX)
  • Port Columbus Int'l Airport (CMH)
  • San Francisco Int'l Airport (SFO)
  • Seattle-Tacoma Int'l Airport (SEA)
  • Tampa Int'l Airport (TPA)
  • Will Rogers world airport (OKC)

Reader comments

Flysmart, the airport terminal directory application, lands on Android


This is pretty much the same as point inside with a better UI, except point inside has more airports, plus malls and other locations

yeah, Point Inside is far more complete, but they need to work on their UI layout, its hard to read and zooming is pretty slow.

That is Sherpa. They used the wrong screen shot. Although Flysmart does look similar, so the mistake is understandable.

I actually got that shot my downloading flysmart. I don't have sherpa on my phone. Entered a test location, and that was first thing that showed up. Different parts of app have different looks.