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    To whoever made it. Yes, its an app, not a link to the mobile site. Looks good so far, I am constantly booking hotels on the go all over California and need this app badly. I am becoming more and more of a WP8 die hard every day despite the paucity of high quality apps!
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    only you cant see the hotels until you book them.....aaarrrgh
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    Priceline and Kayak. Both amazing for hotels. I'd recommend Kayak more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryker002 View Post
    Priceline and Kayak. Both amazing for hotels. I'd recommend Kayak more.
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    I spoke too soon with this thread it looks like. It looks like the Kayak app is superior to the Priceline app, which only lets you pick a general area/price range...useless in a place like Los Angeles. I need to know exactly which hotel it is. The Kayak app shows them, then gives you a choice of which service to book through. Pretty cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesTBurns View Post
    I spoke too soon with this thread it looks like. It looks like the Kayak app is superior to the Priceline app, which only lets you pick a general area/price range...useless in a place like Los Angeles. I need to know exactly which hotel it is. The Kayak app shows them, then gives you a choice of which service to book through. Pretty cool.
    I've used it a bunch. Plus you can still get the price line prices through kayak. Glad you like it :)
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