Delta Airlines today updated its Fly Delta apps for the iPhone and iPad, permitting customers to accessibility free in-flight home entertainment with its new Delta Center campaign. Avaliable on all domestic and two-cabin planes, the application will permit access to a variety of TV programs and motion pictures consisting of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Frozen through on-board Wi-Fi.
The upgraded Fly Delta application additionally allows access to past and current concerns of Delta’s Sky Magazine, as well as the Glass Bottom Jet feature which offers tracking details for an existing air travel. The airline company is likewise allowing users of the Gogo Video Gamer application [Direct Link] to stream and access content through in air travel enjoyment support services.
Delta’s move to provide in-flight enjoyment via its applications for iOS devices adheres to a comparable action by United Airlines, which started its flick support services for the iPhone and iPad in April. This September, Hawaiian Airlines will additionally start supplying iPad minis on air travels, as those systems will have furnished with an assortment of films and TELEVISION shows in addition to games.
Fly Delta for the iPhone [Direct Link] and iPad [Direct Link] are free apps and can be downloaded through the App Store.