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DayZipping launches Android app, brings fresh trips to fresh places
We're told that an iOS version should bring the same functionality to iPhone users in mid-to-late summer, but given the haste at which an Android build can be injected into the Market, the company's using Google's mobile OS as a proving ground. As for planned upgrades? They're looking to integrate the mobile app with your web account so that you can save trips for offline viewing and get customized suggestions on the go. In other words, you could have rated trips in Atlanta, and the app will generate suggestions in San Francisco even if it's your first visit to the area. Long-term, the outfit wants to provide in-app reviews, a direct way to receive a deal or purchase agreement (think local deals based on where you're tripping), and group messaging functions if the code can be hammered out. Hit the Market here to give it a go -- who knows what trips you may discover in your backyard?