Sabre's Red App Centre has 85 apps, 15,000 downloads and 50 active developers, Sabre announced - Business Travel News

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February 08, 2013 - 11:15 AM ET

Sabre's Red App Centre has 85 apps, 15,000 downloads and 50 active developers, Sabre announced as it unveiled a new application of its own that eases transmission of proposed itineraries to travelers. Downloadable via the Red App Centre, the Clipboard Red App pulls information from the classic view of the Sabre Red Workspace and "translates coded travel industry text [such as] airport codes or cities into full and plain text, easily understood by the traveler … in HTML table or plain text format." Agency logos, contact info and service fee or markup figures can be included. The app is one of roughly 60 developed by Sabre for its new store.

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