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Whether you're on the go or ready to go, the WestJet app will get you there.

 

 

Low fares

Start dreaming of your next trip, and get inspired by low fares served up in the app. If your travel dates are flexible, use our new low fare calendar to select the dates and price that work best for you.

 

WestJet Connect

With Internet packages for purchase, free TV shows and movies, and power at every seat, WestJet Connect is everything that inflight entertainment should be.

 

Book a trip

Decide where you want to go and easily book your next flight with the tap of a finger. You can book faster and easier by using your recent flight searches. It's that simple.

 

WestJet Rewards

Sign in with your WestJet Rewards ID to quickly access your trips and WestJet Rewards account. If you have Gold status, you can also access a priority support number available exclusively in the app.

 

Flight status

Heading to the arrivals lane or departures drop-off? Our flight status tool can help you plan your trip ahead of time. Track your flights to know if flights are running early, delayed or cancelled.

 

View trips

Once you've booked your next flight, you can add it to the app. Quickly access your flight status, check in, upgrade your seats, rent a car or purchase insurance. Keep a list of the great places you've been and view the real-time countdown for your next getaway.

 

Check in

Skip the line and be the first to check in to your flight. Check in up to 24 hours before departure and you don't even have to be at the airport. You'll receive a notification when you can check in to your flight.

 

Apple Watch

With access to our app on your Apple Watch, you can view flight status and upcoming trip details.

 

Apple Wallet boarding pass

Boarding your flight has never been easier. All you have to do is open Apple Wallet on your iPhone or quickly access from your trip details. It'll make fumbling around for your boarding pass a thing of the past. Apple Wallet boarding passes are only available for supported Canadian and European destinations.

 

Travel info

Whether you're a first-time flyer or a daily jet-setter, we provide quick access to information about checking in, service fees, baggage allowance and more. Get helpful information to make your next trip as smooth as possible.

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The 27 Best iPhone Apps to Download Now

Just pick up a new phone? Or simply have an afternoon to burn and want to download some toys? These are our must-have iPhone apps.

Whether you just picked up a new iPhone or you're looking for an app revamp, these 24 apps belong on your home screen. Including everything from music, navigation, organization, messaging, photo editing, reading, social networks, keyboards, stargazing, and payment apps, these pieces of software will turn an iOS device into a pro-level computing machine.

(And don't forget about mobile games or your other iPhone necessities!)

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1Password

Price: Free

Remembering a unique password for every app and service you use is a nearly impossible task, and you should be using unique passwords. 1Password's new mobile version syncs with the desktop app to help keep your accounts safe by creating and storing a different secure password for all the services you use — all you have to remember is one password.

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Chrome

Price: Free

Every iPhone ships with Apple's suite of apps. However, if you happen to love Apple's hardware but not so much its software, the first switch you should make is your browser. Google's Chrome is the most popular browser of them all—and for a good reason. Chrome comes with a great incognito mode and other features that make web-surfing on your phone less of a pain. It's also constantly updated and is just one of the most jam-packed browsers out there.

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Lyft

Price: Free

At some point you're going to need a cab and there just won't be any in sight. Save yourself some time now and go ahead and download Lyft. Operating in most major cities (and some not-so-major ones), Lyft will come pick you up whenever and wherever you need them, often for less cash than a traditional taxi. Watch out for surge pricing, though. If rides are in high demand then prices often double, and can reach more than ten times their regular rate. If Lyft isn't in your area, or you just want to try another flavor of ride-sharing, there's always Uber, but Lyft treats drivers better.

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4 of 27
Google Photos

Price: Free

Apple's come a long way with its photo app, but it still lags behind the one built by its biggest competitor. Google Photos is a super-smart photo assistant that can store all your images in the cloud (a very less frustrating version of iCloud), and also intelligently organize photos using machine vision so all your snaps are searchable. Also, it creates mini-films when it notices a lot of photos from the same day or location. It's simply the best out there.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
5 of 27
Sky Guide

Price: $3

To understand your place in the universe—and not just the world—Star Guide is an indispensable app. It shows you the locations of stars, planets, and constellations through an AR-like interface. Simply point the phone in any direction, and your display will show you the names of the stars and planets that you can see. If you want to try a free version, you can also check out SkyView for free.

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Snapchat

Price: Free

Snapchat isn't just for millennials anymore. People of all ages are using the app to keep up with what their friends are doing. The app isn't just for individuals anymore, either. Quite a few larger publications are on here now, making Snapchat more useful for keeping up to date on news and events as well as what your best buds had for lunch.

You can send individual messages within the app or build or view Snapchat Stories, which contain a series of posts. Be sure to scan our Snapchat logo and follow Popular Mechanics!

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Instapaper or Pocket

Price (Instapaper): $3/mo

Price (Pocket): $5/mo

Reading on the internet can be an overwhelming experience with social networks, messaging, email, and personal assistants all serving up possible reads. Instapaper and Pocket help tame that information deluge. Pocket tends to be best with multimedia while Instapaper guns for the perfect reading experience no matter what.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
8 of 27
Waze

Price: Free

Whether you're a big driver or just going on a long road trip, you should check out Waze. The app knows how fast users are traveling on the road and redirects you around traffic mid-trip, ultimately shortening your commute. Waze tracks more than just traffic; it also alerts you to construction, accidents, red-light cameras, and even police ahead on your route.

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Untappd

Price: Free

Beer lovers, keep track of every brew you drink with Untappd, a mobile social network of sorts. Check in different beers, rate them, and even send a virtual "cheers!" to a buddy when you like their most recent selection. Like Foursquare, you can earn badges for different types of check-ins, upload photos, find nearby bars with great selections, and share what you're drinking with friends.

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Dark Sky

Price: $4

It's not raining now, but should you bring your umbrella with you for a quick coffee run across the street? Dark Sky knows. The app is able to predict weather for your exact location, not just your city, down to the minute. The app also features stunningly beautiful maps bound to bring out everyone's inner weather nerd. If you're looking for a cheaper alternative, Weather Underground is also a solid choice.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
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Spotify

Price: Free

Everything is better with music. With the purchase of a premium plan, Spotify allows you to listen to your favorite jams on demand. The app has a radio option for when you want to discover new tunes, great playlists like "Discover Weekly" and "Release Radar," and allows you to sync music to your phone to listen offline. Download a few playlists over Wi-Fi before you head out on a trip and don't worry about getting a big charge on your next phone bill.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
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Evernote

Price: Free

Evernote is essentially a virtual notebook you have with you everywhere—perfect for downloading whatever is bouncing around in your brain. You can make notes directly in the app, save images and articles from the web, upload pages from physical notebooks, and track tasks. Evernote can even handle audio files. The best part? Everything you add to Evernote is searchable, so you can find it next week (or even five years from now) quickly and easily.

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Workflow or IFTTT

Price (IFTTT): Free

Price (Workflow): $3

These apps are for pros but can make your smartphone experience one of a kind. The app creates, well, workflows with a series of "actions" that can do all sorts of things. Essentially, you create mini-apps that you can then run in an app, home screen or share extension. If all of this sounds somewhat daunting, you can also try out IFTTT (If This Then That), which also helps automate the ins and outs of your smartphone life.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
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Prisma

Price: Free

One of the app darlings of 2016, Prisma is a photo filter app that's unlike any other. Instead of tinting your photos which any photo app can do, Prisma loads incredibly detailed filters—many mimicking famous artists—to create truly unique pics. It's also been updated to support video and the most impressive thing about the app is that all of these effects can be applied super quickly, so you can share your latest creation as soon as possible.

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Google Assistant

Price: Free

Siri is fine for menial tasks, but it doesn't have the smarts of Google Search behind it. Google Assistant, pulled straight from the soul of Android, is a must-have app for someone inclined to use Google services, like Gmail, Google Photos, and Google Maps. It can also help keep track of events and flight information buried in your email. It's the assistant Siri wishes it could be.

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Pocket Casts
Overcast or Pocket Casts

Price (Overcast): Free

Price (Pocket Casts): $4

We're in the middle of a podcast renaissance, and you need the right tools to listen effectively. Overcast and Pocket Casts are your best options for iOS. Although Overcast is free compared to Pocket Casts ($4), they share a similar feature set though Pocket Casts has a slightly better design. Either way, you'll be a happy listener.

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Signal

Price: Free

End-to-end encryption is what you should be looking for in any messenger you use. Although popular options like WhatsApp and Allo offer the feature, it's Signal from Open Whisper Systems that really gets the tech right.

WhatsApp (owned by Facebook) and Allo (made by Google) are companies with an incentive to gather data on its users (they also store data), but Signal has no business model and exists just through donations and grants. If the government comes knocking for your information, Signal has absolutely nothing to give them, which is exactly the kind of chat protection you want.

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Square Cash

Price: Free

Splitting a bar tab with friends can be a huge pain, especially when no one thought to bring cash with them. Cash is an app by Square that instantly transfers money between friends, for free, even between different banks. Using the app requires everyone involved sign up and connect their debit card — afterward you can pay your friends back instantly with just a few taps on your phone. In most cases, the money automatically deposits in your buddy's bank account and is instantly accessible. At most, they'll have to wait 1 to 2 business days for the deposit to clear. Of course, you could always try Venmo as well.

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Snapseed

Price: Free

The best camera is the one you have on you, but the pictures it takes might not always come out as well as you like. With Snapseed, you can do basic image editing right from your phone, to make it look as good as possible. We're not talking about just adding filters—tweak your white balance, adjust the exposure, boost the highlights, scale back the shadows, and on and on. It's a great way to get your pictures Instagram-perfect without having to sit down at the computer

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Swiftkey

Price: Free

With iOS 8, Apple finally added the ability to install third-party keyboards on your phone, and Swiftkey is one of the best options available. The keyboard learns how you type and adapts to your unique tapping style over time, meaning you'll be able to type faster with fewer typos. If Swiftkey isn't quite your thing, you might also try Google's Gboard.

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Mint

Price: Free

Need to save money for an upcoming trip, pay down a loan, or figure out how you overspent so much last month last much? We recommend Mint, a much loved app that pulls all your accounts (credit cards, loans, banks, investments, and more) into one place. It gives you insight into how you're spending, giving you tools to set budgets, lets you break down spending by category, and offers reminders for upcoming bills.

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Magisto

Price: Free

Who has time to edit their own videos? Magisto makes your smartphone videos look like they were edited by a pro with just a few seconds of work. The app takes your photos and videos and uses artificial intelligence to edit them together into videos you can share with friends and family. The video editor has a number of built-in effects as well as a music library. Finished creations can be shared instantly from within the app to places like Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Twitter, YouTube, and WhatsApp, or emailed to friends privately.

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PeakFinder

Price: $5

Smartphone maps are great at charting our Earth, but what about the hardest places to reach on Earth? If you're a frequent hiker or mountaineer, PeakFinder is an app that will quickly become your best friend. This $5 app has information on 300,000 peaks and hills around the world and comes with an additional 360-degree panorama display. It's an amazing tool for active hikers or if you just want to know more about our mountainous world.

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Nanoloop

Price: $4

While you could lots of great video games with great chiptunes, you could spend those in-between moments of your day to make your own music. That's where Nanoloop comes in. Pick what instruments you want in your composition then lay out the notes. The app comes with a bit of learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, it's limitation is only your imagination.



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Find, share and enjoy your favorite music online

Spotify turned the world of online music streaming upside down, providing users with access to a massive music catalog anyplace, anytime. View full description

PROS

  • New iPod sync and MP3 download features
  • Organize your music in customizable playlists
  • Share collaborative playlists with friends
  • Streaming radio with filters
  • Social features: friend list, Facebook connect
  • Import your MP3 files into the program

CONS

  • You'll have to put up with ads in the Free version
  • Individual songs can only be paid with credit card
  • Some songs are not available for download

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Spotify turned the world of online music streaming upside down, providing users with access to a massive music catalog anyplace, anytime.

While comparisons with other similar services – such as Last.fm – are inevitable, Spotify has certain characteristics that make it stand out from the rest. You can search the entire Spotify music database in several ways (by artist, album, genre, decade, label brand…), create as many playlists as you want and share them with other users, and learn more about your favorite bands thanks to extensive, highly detailed biographies. Spotify also helps you discover new music through the “Related artists” and Radio service.

There are three types of Spotify accounts: Open, Unlimited and Premium. Free is limited to 10 hours of free ad-supported a month (approximately 200 songs) and lets you play each song up to five times. Unlimited has no ads and no playback restrictions. Finally, Premium includes high-quality MP3 (also with no ads or restrictions) and also includes an offline mode for playlists.

The one big criticism of Spotify was the lack of social features. Luckily the developers took note of this complaint and include a bunch of new social elements in Spotify’s next version – together with the Library, a centralized area from which you can manage your music collection – including Spotify’s lists and your own MP3 files, which you can now import into Spotify from your hard drive, your Windows Media Player Library or your iTunes library.

The brand new features included in the latest version of Spotify now let you manage and sync the music in your iPod, iPhone or Android. Also, the Spotify mobile app has been made available for anyone, and not just Premium users. Last, but not least, Spotify has launched its MP3 download service, thanks to which you can buy and download individual songs and also your custom playlists. The price depends on the number of songs you want to download – the longer the playlist, the less you pay for each track. You can pay with credit card or Paypal, though the latter is not accepted if you only purchase one song.

Just like a good wine, Spotify gets better with age. If you don’t mind the limitations in the Free version (or you’re willing to pay for the Unlimited/Premium one) it’s probably time to ditch your old desktop music player.

Spotify lets you browse, play, share and buy music, including not only your lifelong favorite bands, but also brand new styles and artists.

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Lyft

Price: Free

At some point you're going to need a cab and there just won't be any in sight. Save yourself some time now and go ahead and download Lyft. Operating in most major cities (and some not-so-major ones), Lyft will come pick you up whenever and wherever you need them, often for less cash than a traditional taxi. Watch out for surge pricing, though. If rides are in high demand then prices often double, and can reach more than ten times their regular rate. If Lyft isn't in your area, or you just want to try another flavor of ride-sharing, there's always Uber, but Lyft treats drivers better.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
4 of 27
Google Photos
Price: Free

Apple's come a long way with its photo app, but it still lags behind the one built by its biggest competitor. Google Photos is a super-smart photo assistant that can store all your images in the cloud (a very less frustrating version of iCloud), and also intelligently organize photos using machine vision so all your snaps are searchable. Also, it creates mini-films when it notices a lot of photos from the same day or location. It's simply the best out there.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
5 of 27
Sky Guide

Price: $3

To understand your place in the universe—and not just the world—Star Guide is an indispensable app. It shows you the locations of stars, planets, and constellations through an AR-like interface. Simply point the phone in any direction, and your display will show you the names of the stars and planets that you can see. If you want to try a free version, you can also check out SkyView for free.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
6 of 27
Snapchat

Price: Free

Snapchat isn't just for millennials anymore. People of all ages are using the app to keep up with what their friends are doing. The app isn't just for individuals anymore, either. Quite a few larger publications are on here now, making Snapchat more useful for keeping up to date on news and events as well as what your best buds had for lunch.

You can send individual messages within the app or build or view Snapchat Stories, which contain a series of posts. Be sure to scan our Snapchat logo and follow Popular Mechanics!

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
7 of 27
Instapaper or Pocket

Price (Instapaper): $3/mo

Price (Pocket): $5/mo

Reading on the internet can be an overwhelming experience with social networks, messaging, email, and personal assistants all serving up possible reads. Instapaper and Pocket help tame that information deluge. Pocket tends to be best with multimedia while Instapaper guns for the perfect reading experience no matter what.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
8 of 27
Waze

Price: Free

Whether you're a big driver or just going on a long road trip, you should check out Waze. The app knows how fast users are traveling on the road and redirects you around traffic mid-trip, ultimately shortening your commute. Waze tracks more than just traffic; it also alerts you to construction, accidents, red-light cameras, and even police ahead on your route.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
9 of 27
Untappd

Price: Free

Beer lovers, keep track of every brew you drink with Untappd, a mobile social network of sorts. Check in different beers, rate them, and even send a virtual "cheers!" to a buddy when you like their most recent selection. Like Foursquare, you can earn badges for different types of check-ins, upload photos, find nearby bars with great selections, and share what you're drinking with friends.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
10 of 27
Dark Sky

Price: $4

It's not raining now, but should you bring your umbrella with you for a quick coffee run across the street? Dark Sky knows. The app is able to predict weather for your exact location, not just your city, down to the minute. The app also features stunningly beautiful maps bound to bring out everyone's inner weather nerd. If you're looking for a cheaper alternative, Weather Underground is also a solid choice.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
11 of 27
Spotify

Price: Free

Everything is better with music. With the purchase of a premium plan, Spotify allows you to listen to your favorite jams on demand. The app has a radio option for when you want to discover new tunes, great playlists like "Discover Weekly" and "Release Radar," and allows you to sync music to your phone to listen offline. Download a few playlists over Wi-Fi before you head out on a trip and don't worry about getting a big charge on your next phone bill.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
12 of 27
Evernote

Price: Free

Evernote is essentially a virtual notebook you have with you everywhere—perfect for downloading whatever is bouncing around in your brain. You can make notes directly in the app, save images and articles from the web, upload pages from physical notebooks, and track tasks. Evernote can even handle audio files. The best part? Everything you add to Evernote is searchable, so you can find it next week (or even five years from now) quickly and easily.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
13 of 27
Workflow or IFTTT

Price (IFTTT): Free

Price (Workflow): $3

These apps are for pros but can make your smartphone experience one of a kind. The app creates, well, workflows with a series of "actions" that can do all sorts of things. Essentially, you create mini-apps that you can then run in an app, home screen or share extension. If all of this sounds somewhat daunting, you can also try out IFTTT (If This Then That), which also helps automate the ins and outs of your smartphone life.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
14 of 27
Prisma

Price: Free

One of the app darlings of 2016, Prisma is a photo filter app that's unlike any other. Instead of tinting your photos which any photo app can do, Prisma loads incredibly detailed filters—many mimicking famous artists—to create truly unique pics. It's also been updated to support video and the most impressive thing about the app is that all of these effects can be applied super quickly, so you can share your latest creation as soon as possible.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
15 of 27
Google Assistant

Price: Free

Siri is fine for menial tasks, but it doesn't have the smarts of Google Search behind it. Google Assistant, pulled straight from the soul of Android, is a must-have app for someone inclined to use Google services, like Gmail, Google Photos, and Google Maps. It can also help keep track of events and flight information buried in your email. It's the assistant Siri wishes it could be.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
16 of 27
Pocket Casts
Overcast or Pocket Casts

Price (Overcast): Free

Price (Pocket Casts): $4

We're in the middle of a podcast renaissance, and you need the right tools to listen effectively. Overcast and Pocket Casts are your best options for iOS. Although Overcast is free compared to Pocket Casts ($4), they share a similar feature set though Pocket Casts has a slightly better design. Either way, you'll be a happy listener.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
17 of 27
Signal

Price: Free

End-to-end encryption is what you should be looking for in any messenger you use. Although popular options like WhatsApp and Allo offer the feature, it's Signal from Open Whisper Systems that really gets the tech right.

WhatsApp (owned by Facebook) and Allo (made by Google) are companies with an incentive to gather data on its users (they also store data), but Signal has no business model and exists just through donations and grants. If the government comes knocking for your information, Signal has absolutely nothing to give them, which is exactly the kind of chat protection you want.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
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