The new Jetsetter for iPad app is, quite literally, made for Apple\u2019s new Retina-iPad display. The free app features gorgeous, immersive, detail-rich photography and 360-degree tours designed to make you want to pack your bags now. But it's probably best to use the app mainly for exploring intriguing getaways, rather than booking your stays.\n\tThe iPad app is an extension of Jetsetter, a free vacation-booking service that focuses on high-end vacations in the United States and abroad. Jetsetter\u2019s website and iPad app let you can take advantage of "flash sales" on accommodations. (There\u2019s a Jetsetter app for the iPhone as well.)\n\tFor example, the Dream Downtown hotel in New York could recently be booked at flash sale prices beginning at $192 per night. The Jetsetter iPad app featured brilliant photos of the hotel\u2019s restaurant, guest rooms, and rooftop pool. The information offered up about the hotel included a review by a Jetsetter \u201ccurator,\u201d as well as reviews from users; a \u201cWhat we love\u201d list of favorite amenities and features; and another list entitled \u201cWhat to know.\u201d\n\tUnfortunately, nabbing that $192-a-night rate (or something close) proved difficult in the iPad app. Using the app\u2019s calendar, you could pick your check-in and check-out dates. But you can't see room rates until you choose the dates--which, in my experience, were well above $192 per night. In comparison, to learn the rate for a given night on the website, you just click on any date on the hotel\u2019s calendar.\n\tThe Jetsetter app does a great job of grouping properties by interest. Ten properties are included in the \u201cFamily Playcations\u201d list; 11 places are highlighted in \u201cPack Your Pet,\u201d and 12 places to stay are listed in the \u201cYour Own Private Island\u201d collection.\n\tAs you might have guessed after reading that last paragraph, this isn\u2019t the app if you want to search across thousands of potential hotels. Jetsetter is far more exclusive, offering information on only a small sampling of well-heeled properties. In other words: Trip Advisor it ain\u2019t. Still, it\u2019s worth a download, if only for the drool-worthy photographs.