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Booking.com lance une application native pour Kindle Fire

- Les clients de Booking.com peuvent désormais effectuer leurs réservations d'hôtel et y accéder à tout moment et de partout depuis leur Kindle Fire

AMSTERDAM, 6 décembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Booking.com (http://www.booking.com), le leader mondial des réservations en ligne d'hôtels et d'hébergement, a annoncé aujourd'hui le lancement de son application native gratuite pour Kindle Fire dans tous les appstores d'Amazon. La nouvelle application permet aux clients de Booking.com d'effectuer facilement leurs réservations et d'accéder à leur hôtel et hébergement à tout moment et de partout par le biais de leur Kindle Fire. L'application gratuite Booking.com sur Kindle Fire est disponible en téléchargement dans toutes les appstores d'Amazon, y compris les États-Unis, le Royaume-Uni, l'Allemagne, l'Espagne, la France, l'Italie et le Japon, et est disponible pour les Kindle Fire 7", Kindle Fire HD 7" et Kindle Fire HD 8,9". Booking.com cherche constamment à offrir des produits innovants à ses dizaines de millions de clients utilisant le réseau mobile à travers le monde, et constitue l'une des premières applications à intégrer l'API d'Amazon Maps. L'application native pour Kindle Fire est la dernière nouveauté parmi les applications déjà populaires de Booking.com pour les plateformes Apple, Android et Windows 8.

« Kindle Fire est déjà un excellent compagnon de voyage, et nous sommes fiers d'être la plus grande société de réservations d'hôtels et d'hébergement en ligne à proposer une application pour Kindle Fire dans l'appstore d'Amazon », a déclaré Darren Huston, PDG de Booking.com. « Nos utilisateurs Kindle Fire peuvent désormais se connecter facilement et rapidement au nuage Booking.com sur la dernière gamme de Kindle Fire, tout en recevant une expérience carte améliorée avec intégration des cartes d'Amazon - où que leurs voyages les mènent ».

L'application gratuite de Booking.com pour Kindle Fire offre toutes les fonctionnalités des autres applications mobiles et caractéristiques de Booking.com :

  • Synchronisation via le compte de l'utilisateur Booking.com - consultation facile des réservations, recherches et hôtels depuis n'importe quelle plateforme Booking.com ;
  • Plus de 250 000 établissements dans 178 pays ;
  • 2,6 millions de photos d'hôtels et autres hébergements et 17 millions de commentaires clients ;
  • Puissant moteur de recherche - chercher des hôtels à partir de l'emplacement actuel ou dans l'une des 41 000 destinations Booking.com à travers le monde ;
  • Offres de dernière minute et offres exclusives pour les abonnés à la newsletter et utilisateurs Facebook ;
  • Prise en charge de 25 langues et 27 devises ;
  • Caractéristiques post-réservation, par exemple réservations passées, actuelles et futures disponibles pour consultation hors connexion, ajout de réservations au calendrier de l'appareil, e-mail de confirmation de réservation, modification ou annulation des réservations, accès rapide 24h/24, 7j/7 au service clientèle par e-mail ou par téléphone et emplacement de votre hôtel sur la carte Kindle Fire.

L'application native de Booking.com pour Kindle Fire est la dernière des applications pour réservations d'hôtels de Booking.com, également disponible pour iOS, Android et sur le site Web mobile de Booking.com. En 2011, les clients de Booking.com ont effectué des transactions à hauteur de plus d'1 milliard USD sur des appareils mobiles et ce volume de transactions a été dépassé rien que dans la première moitié de 2012. Jusqu'à présent, les applications de Booking.com sur iOS et Android ont été téléchargées à plus de 4 millions de reprises.

Selon Amazon, neuf des 10 produits les plus vendus sur Amazon.com ont été des Kindle, des accessoires et du contenu numérique pour Kindle depuis que la compagnie a dévoilé cette année, le 6 septembre, de nouveaux appareils. Les ventes mondiales de Kindle ont plus que doublé au cours du week-end de Thanksgiving 2012 par rapport à la même période en 2011.

À propos de Booking.com
Booking.com est le leader mondial des réservations d'hôtels et d'hébergement en ligne et garantit les meilleurs prix pour tout type de propriété – allant de petites propriétés indépendantes à des propriétés de luxe cinq étoiles. Les clients peuvent accéder au site Web de Booking.com à tout moment et de partout, que ce soit par le biais de leur ordinateur de bureau, de leur téléphone mobile ou de leur tablette, sans jamais avoir à payer de frais de réservation. Le site Web de Booking.com est disponible en 41 langues, propose plus de 250 000 hôtels situés dans 178 pays, recense plus de 17,5 millions d'avis authentiques de la part de vrais clients, et attire plus de 30 millions d'internautes uniques chaque mois, tant du marché des loisirs que des affaires du monde entier. Fort de plus de 15 ans d'expérience et d'une équipe composée de plus de 4 400 salariés dévoués répartis dans plus de 85 bureaux à travers le monde, Booking.com dispose d'une équipe interne de service à la clientèle disponible 24 h/24, 7 j/7, prête à aider les clients dans leur langue maternelle et à assurer une expérience client d'exception.

Créé en 1996, Booking.com B.V. détient et exploite Booking.com™, et fait partie de Priceline Group (NASDAQ : PCLN). Suivez-nous sur Twitter, aimez-nous sur Facebook, ou rendez-vous sur http://www.booking.com pour tout complément d'information.

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