(Or as I like to call it, 3 for 1 Business Class.)
I recently clicked on an Instagram ad from United Airlines that brought me to an awesome offer: 100,000 United MilegePlus miles! When I clicked the link I was brought to a page where I was prompted to put in my United MilegePlus number (I verified the site before proceeding) and was presented with the deal (link at bottom). The offer was recorded in my account and I also got an email confirmation, pretty straight forward if I say so!
A Brief Intro: I travel a lot for work and the companies I work for pay for my flights. So of course I take advantage of every opportunity to earn miles with the major airlines (Delta, American, United, Southwest, etc). Doing so helps me to earn free flights so I can keep on exploring the world and recording 3D Soundscapes for Travelear.
If someone asked you what Virtual Reality was you would probably say “its the thing with the headset and I’ve seen youtube videos of people freaking out while wearing them.” Good description. Now, what if someone asked you what 3D Audio was? You probably wouldn’t have an answer. That’s ok, most people I’ve asked don’t know either. Fear not, I’ve got the answer so you’ll be prepared when that question finally comes.
Hey Travelears! Our new update is out, we are pleased to present Travelear 1.2! It took a couple months of planning, design, workflow, time, sweat, and tears but we finally got the app to its next stage. We’ve made a couple improvements and added some very cool new features.
Hurray! Our blog is up! Special thanks to our lead programmer Nick for (finally) creating the blog section. Spoiler: my coding/web development skills are not very good so I’m often at the mercy of the more knowledgeable. I know I can always learn but spare time is rare, and who wants to learn web development when they can learn about 3D Audio!