Expedia is getting its first Android app, allowing users to book cars, check out deals, and buy tickets.
Expedia says the app has been downloaded more than 30 million times since its launch last week.
The app was designed to work on any Android device with Android 4.2 or above.
In addition to the Android app and Google Play, Expedia’s app will work on other platforms including Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, and iOS.
Expense Tracker, the company that created Expedia, has been a key partner for Expedia since its founding in 2013.
Expenses Tracker was acquired by Expedia in 2014 for $1.5 billion.
Expanded the Expense Tracking experience with the Expenses App, allowing Expedia users to view and book all their expenses.
Expensive items will appear on ExpenseTracker.
Expansys CEO Steve Hsieh said in a statement that Expedia and Expenses were excited to partner on Expenses app.
“Expenses app provides Expedia customers with a great experience, allowing them to view, view, and book travel expense details, as well as find out more about travel experiences and deals, all without having to log in,” HsieH said.
The Expenses apps can be downloaded from the Google Play Store, the Apple App Store, and the Amazon App Store.
Expensys said it plans to launch the Expedia app on Android in the coming months.