Ok, time for another rant.
On the plane over I wanted to set up our itinerary on my phone.
On my PalmPilot I used an application called WorldMate. Awesome little thing. Had a small database of the most common airports and whatnot included as well as a few useful utilities and pieces of info such as clothes-size conversions etc. Absolutely brilliant.
So before I left I installed that on my Android phone, as well as TripCase which seemed to be similar.
Well guess what. Both of these apps require internet access for just about everything. Most importantly, to create and edit a trip. What bollocks – just when you are least likely to have internet access (ie, while travelling abroad), apps which manage your trip require it.
While it is very nice to have these apps pre-populate input fields using online data, this should always be optional and the user should always be able to edit things offline.
So a huge thumbs-down from me for both WorldMate and TripCase on Android.