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TripIt gets updated on Android tablets and phones: adds Honeycomb functionality, less data-hungry

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TripIt's attempts to pull all of those travel itineraries, air miles and other loyalty cards has been given a refresh on both Android tablets and phones. On bigger devices running Android 3.0 or higher, the app gains a slight redesign, adjustable (scrollable) widgets and new interactive maps and multi-screen views. The smartphone version has been given a similar restyle -- minus the maps, but tweaked to both refresh faster and chew on less data. You can upgrade to the new version now, while first-timers can download the app over at Google Play.

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