Planning For Holiday? Find Cheap Flights with These 5 Android Apps

Finding cheap flights doesn’t have to be as hard as it may sound. Many just install an Android app that will help them book the flight they want. The only issue is there are so many to choose from, and finding the right one can be time-consuming.

Since you probably use your phone for just about everything, the following Android apps will not only help you find a cheap flight but a cheap hotel room as well. Say goodbye to paying a fortune every time you want to travel the world.

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Kayak has the features that will help you find the lowest price available at the moment. You can filter flights by the stops, departure times, airline, cost, quality, airports and more. Once you’ve found your list of flights, the app will show you the cheapest, recommended, shortest, and earliest flights available.

Kayak can also create price alerts that will notify you when it finds a price that has changed. The app can also inform you if you’re going to be either early or late, and you can even see your flights progress thanks to the map view.

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Hipmunk Hotels and Flights can show you last-minute deals that can help you save as much as 60%. Even if you don’t know where to go, the app can categorize destinations into categories such as Romantic, Outdoors, Roman Empire, Top Cities for Foodies, Rocky Mountain and more!

You can make reservations directly from the app and compare prices for Airbnb rentals, hotels, Home Away, and hostels. The app also offers you the option to compare prices on sites such as Priceline, Ladybug, and Travelocity. When looking for a flight, you can either search for a one-way, round trip, or multi-city flight.

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Whoever said that you can’t predict the future is wrong, since Hopper can tell you when flight prices are likely to rise. It will tell you if the price it’s showing is the lowest, and it will give you advice on whether you should buy it or not. You can also see the approximate price hike as well.

With this app you won’t have to deal with emerging windows or ads. If you have more than one trip planned, Hopper can also show you the info for all of them as well. The app can also be set up to only watch flights that are nonstop, if that’s what you prefer.

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SkyScanner can show you all your flight options in a nice color-coded calendar and chart, so it’s easier to differentiate the flights. Just like the other apps, you can also watch flights you’re interested in, and it also offers you the best deal depending on what month it is.

The price alerts will let you know of any price change, and you can use the app in over thirty languages. For example, you can use it in Arabic, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Dutch, and more. SkyScanner will also show you user reviews, so you will know what others have to say about the flight you want to take.

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CheapFlights has what it takes to help you find the cheapest flight possible. The flights are divided into different categories such as earliest, shortest, recommended, and most affordable.

The app will also advise you if it’s a good time to buy and will even show you a graph of when the price was the highest or lowest. You can also have the app show you the flights that are either non-stop or have only a few stops. It’s also possible to save a flight you’ve found and to book it later (if it’s still available, of course).

CheapFlights will show you the prices of hundreds of airlines worldwide. For example, it will show you flights from United Airlines, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, Qantas Airways, Fiji Airways, and more!

Traveling is fun, but it doesn’t have to be expensive. Finding the cheapest flight is possible thanks to the above apps. Forget about having to pay a pretty penny just to get the deal of a lifetime. How do you find the cheapest flights available? Tell us how you find them in the comments below.

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