TripIt for Apple Watch is available for all TripIt users.
TripIt users can see their travel plans throughout the day, access their flight details before they head to the airport and even confirm their hotel’s check-in time or location when they land – right from Apple Watch. TripIt Pro users will also receive real-time flight alerts, including: connecting flight information, gate changes, flight delays and more.
TripIt users simply pair Apple Watch with their iPhone, and they’ll have instant access to their travel plans right from their wrist. Users will need to download both the Watch app and our mobile app. You can add TripIt to the Dock on your Watch for quick access to your travel plans.
What you will see:
The information that users see is the most useful information at that moment. It uses plans for the day, plus a little more, for evening travellers.
- Currently we display air, car, accommodation, transportation items, restaurants and activities on the watch.
- We display items within a 30-hour window starting at midnight on the current day, in the current time zone – this would include things happening today, as well as up until 6 a.m. the following morning.
- If the user has items happening today – but they have already happened — they may not appear on the watch. The watch presents only current or upcoming items – each type of itinerary item has rules as to how long after the start time they will be displayed, but as the day goes on, plans that have already happened will be dropped from the watch display.
- When air, car, hotel and transportation items are not within the 30-hour window, you will see the message View trip details on your iPhone.
Accessing future trip information:
The information that users see is the most useful information at that moment — it uses plans for the day, plus a little more, for evening travellers and night owls.
Users can always open up the TripIt app on their iPhones for more / future trip information.
TripIt for Apple Watch can be used offline. However, data will not be updated while the user’s Apple Watch or iPhone are offline.
Updated: 7 Feb, 2019