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The design is cluttered and busy. Looking for a first class flight? I was, but I don't know what fare option it is. What do the options "Y" "M" etc mean? How do I decide which is for first class? When I randomly choose "Y" I obtain an outrageously priced ticket, but no method to see what that date class is. Forget it. I'll fly an airline with easier booking. This application is only slightly better than the mobile website.
The home screen looks like someone threw up all over it. Too busy, too difficult to search what I'm looking for and looks quite dated. Needs to be simplified and minimize button presses for everything I need. Very buggy and keeps losing my reservations, incapable of tracking inbound flights.
i cannot tell if i checked in. it still has "check in" next to my reservation. every time i [email protected]#$%! takes me throgh the entire process feom begin ignoring my passport capture i told it to remember. this application is needed to do just that. it is maddening
Total disaster. The GUI is impossible to navigate. The instructions tell you to press buttons that don't exist. The support has one tip - make batter to the recent versions. No films can be played. so, basically, if you wish in flight entertainment, don't fly United. Ah, and don't count on United personnel to support you, they think that the solution is to turn your phobe to the "flight mode", they believe it is the mode for entertainment.
On OnePlus 5t. This application cannot be used to watch inflight movies. The "entertainment" section just links to the United website, where you can browse films available while flying. Then when you test to play a movie, your web browser kicks you back to this United application which does nothing. So here i am, on an 8 hour flight, with no films or shows to watch. Thanks United! This is why i fly Southwest.
wrost airlines for international travel you even can't have one bag for free....never recommends to go with United airlines i pay should pay 360 dollars for my language...frist bag one for 60 second 100 3th bag 200 total 360...not even frist bag for free
Another review after 5 years of using the app. Bump up to 4 stars from 2. United is handling the timezone problem while adding to calendar by converting all time to CST. Fair enough solution. The recent feature is to add boarding passes to GPay. Request that you offer Samsung Pay or a Tizen application to help Samsung Gear watches.
Very informative, amazing deals! This application has everything you need to follow your mates and fam who are runnung around NYC on race day and there are dozens of amazing deals to be had at locations all over the town during the week leading up. Awesome!
Not good This application doesn't provide the expected time for a runner for a specified point on the course - which is really the single piece of info you wish to know as a spectator/supporter - leaving you to do complicated arithmetic in your head.
In the year 2040, a spacecraft called the Happening Horizon was sent out to journey among the stars with an experimental gravity drive that purported to let faster-than-light travel. On its maiden voyage, however, it vanished. Seven years later, it has returned, orbiting Neptune, and a rescue squad is sent out to investigate, along with the scientist responsible for the ship’s creation. The rescue squad of the Lewis and Clark are a group of no-nonsense blue-collar workers, led by Captain Miller (Laurence Fishburne), with Dr. William Weir (Sam Neill) along for his expertise. When they arrive at the Happening Horizon, they search the squad long dead. “This ship is a tomb,” judges Captain Miller at one point. The rescue squad begins to realize that the ship passed through a black hole made by the gravity drive, but didn’t return alone. The ship with a long-dead squad shows life signs. The rescue squad begins to have terrifying visions. The gravity drive begins to spin of its own accord... Something is loose on the ship, and the rescue squad has to not only unravel out what happened to the original crew, but also protect themselves from the horrors that returned with the ship. It’s a easy but sturdy setup, standard B-movie stuff. What elevates Happening Horizon is its first-class production design and solid atmosphere. Paul W.S. Anderson (Mortal Kombat, Resident Evil, Alien vs. Predator) is not a name one would generally associate with amazing movie product these days, but here he managed (in spite of himself, one may think given the rest of his output) to show a movie steeped in suspense, with powerful performances, gorgeous set pieces, and palpable horror. Let’s be honest: there’s nothing fresh here. The strength of this movie lies in how it fits together the pieces it stole from other films. This is very much (and very completely) The Shining by method of Alien, even to the point of lifting the hero archetypes directly from Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece. The Happening Horizon is the Overlook Hotel, teeming with supernatural power and malice. The movie delves into gore in its latest third, but it’s not quite proficient enough to have it enhance the scares (which were doing just fine before the blood started flowing so freely). However, the movie is even structured like Alien and The Shining, all slow burn and building dread until things start to go to hell (literally, perhaps). The cast have stock characters but they bring them to life admirably, particularly Neill and Fishburne; among the secondary characters, Kathleen Quinlan, Jack Noseworthy, and Sean Pertwee are particularly memorable. The script by Philip Eisner is derivative but effective, and Anderson was clearly at the peak of his directorial prowess here. Don't misunderstand me to say that the film's lifts from other works create it bad; it's certainly not. Originality is overrated as an attribute, and fairly value-neutral even on the best of days. I'd much rather have a tale well-told than one that does weird things simply for the sake of doing weird things (French sci-fi/fantasy directors, I'm looking at you. Yes, you, Jeunet), though the greatest movies search a method to combine both sturdy storytelling and originality in the medium. In total, Happening Horizon is a very effective sci-fi horror film, breaking no fresh ground but doing what it does very well. A minor classic of the sci-fi horror genre.
Nice idea, but it doesn't seem to take into acc zone in the happenings list. For example, it listed a conjunction between the Moon and Venus, but it would be well below the horizon at my location. If I added that to my calendar I'm going to be beautiful disappointed on the night! Not much point listing happenings I can't see from my location. It should at least have a filter.