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Everything You Should Download Before Your Next Flight

You’re at 20,000 feet, and you realize your flight doesn’t have WiFi. What should you do?

We’ve rounded up a handful of the best new apps, games, podcasts, and more that you should pre-load onto your phone before you step through security. These options will help you kill time in transit and plan what’s ahead once you land.

Spotify and other streaming music services won’t work on your flight unless you’ve downloaded items or synced them to your phone for online listening. Choose playlists that will get you hyped for your destination, or help you relax into a deep slumber. Or, download a new album or two. Our pick up ahead.


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If you’re unimpressed by the in-flight movie selection, or you just prefer watching something on your phone or tablet at your leisure, download some shows on Google Play, iTunes, or Netflix, which finally introduced offline streaming, before your trip.

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La La Land

Hidden Figures


If you’re one of those people who doesn’t get motion sickness reading on flights (don’t mind us while we pop some Dramamine), immerse yourself in another world with a digital download of some fresh literature.

Moonglow: A Novel
 by Michael Chabon

Game of Queens 
by Sarah Gristwood

To Capture What We Cannot Keep: A Novel
 by Beatrice Colin


Tease your brain and delight your eyes with some beautiful new mobile games. You’ll get sucked in and before you know it, you’ll be landing.


No worries if games aren’t your thing: There are plenty of other offline apps to help you plan activities at your destination or learn something new. Just remember to download these apps before your trip, so you can access the information anywhere, at any time, without worrying about data rates or Wi-Fi access.

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