United Airlines is rolling out a new application feature that is aimed at keeping up with travelers in real-time during their flights. The company’s app now enables consumers to change their itineraries if they experience flight delays or cancellations. Additionally, the airline plans to make mobile boarding pass scanning available at all of its United States airports by the fall. “Our overall digital strategy is that from the point of travel inspiration all the way to the time customers unpack their bags, we want United to be the first and best-priced place customers go,” said Mark Nasr, managing director of ecommerce at United, Chicago. “Between tablets, mobile phones, and traditional computing, we seek to bring a variety of solutions for travelers at all points in that lifecycle,” he said. Get the full story at Mobile Commerce Daily