The Story of TripTime

As a traveler (or someone who follows the trips of a traveler, such as a coworker or spouse), it’s often difficult to remember which time zone the trip is in, and what the time difference is. This is especially true for trips that span numerous countries and cities, as that time zone might change throughout […]

By |December 10th, 2014|TripCase News|6 Comments

Enhanced Trip Alerts and Messages!

Travel smarter by having the information you need at hand.

Our message and alert stream provides you up-to-date flight information, special airport offers like parking availability and meal deals and baggage claim status.
Open up your current Trip and scroll down on the current page to see the important and relevant messages for your trip.

By |December 22nd, 2009|Features, TripCase News|0 Comments

BusinessWeek names TripCase top travel app

This week BusinessWeek’s Atlanta bureau chief, Dean Foust named TripCase as his top travel app.

Pretty exciting stuff right? We think so and invite you to try TripCase for yourself at Let us know what you think via our feedback link on our site or right from the app.

By |June 19th, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments

TripCase v1.2 new features ** spoiler alert **

We’ve submitted our latest build and, cross fingers, it’s only about a week away from being live in iTunes. Lot’s of great new features including:

* Weather preference in Celsius and distance in metrics, thanks to the feedback from our fans around the world

* Manually add and edit confirmation numbers for flights, hotel and rental cars

* […]

By |June 18th, 2009|Features, TripCase News|0 Comments

Countdown is on…

So we’re days away from final submission to Apple. We’re pretty excited, tired, anxious and giddy all at once.

Our team has spent several months on iteration planning, design mocks, copy points and branding. We just want it live already! Having a third party be *the* dependency on go/ no-go is unusual for us, so it’s […]

By |March 4th, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments

When is When?

When someone asks a pregnant woman when she is due the answer is simple. The due date, while not an exact prediction, is a rather straight forward formula that doesn’t vary from pregnancy to pregnancy. We don’t have the choice of extending the birth date until the nursery is completed, or until all the announcements […]

By |February 16th, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments

Why the iPhone?

Others writers here have mentioned that TripCase reflects our belief that TripCase can make travel better. That there is information and technology that travelers need on the road today, and isn’t.

But TripCase started out as just a concept, that we could make travel better. But the question quickly became “How?”.

The first answer is […]

By |February 13th, 2009|Travel News|0 Comments

Apple submission

Apple’s review process has seen dramatic improvements in 2009. The review team is more responsive now.
For those who are not familiar with the submission process to ITunes Store, here is a summary of the steps involved:

1) The development team uses a software package called XCode to build a binary of the application with appropriate […]

By |February 3rd, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments

Private beta here we come

So alpha testing is very strong with the app getting high scores from testers. Lot’s of good enhancement requests and feedback that will make public launch rock!

We’re opening it up now for private beta. We’ve selected a few hundred of our closest friends to participate but if you want it, drop us a line and […]

By |February 3rd, 2009|TripCase News|1 Comment

Get ready for TripCase

Pretty soon you’ll be able to travel smarter, empowered with advanced information and knowledge regarding your trip.

As travelers ourselves, we know how complicated and frustrating it is to be at the mercy of tracking down information about an airline gate change, flight delay or cancellation. That’s why we developed TripCase.

TripCase is the only company […]

By |January 23rd, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments