Currently available for Android, 1-Tap Cab Booking will work even in places without a stable internet connection, such as airports, railway stations, bus stations and even while the user is en-route to his destination
The app lets brands reach out to train travellers contextually and helps them discover apps and deals relevant to them.
The feature lists curated low-budget hotels on its website. It has collection of 2500 hotels across 80 cities with rates ranging from Rs.599 to Rs.2499. The aggregated list will have a standardized collection of hotels with amenities like clean beds, A/C, TV, a good location, room-service, breakfast and Wi-Fi.
The Rutogo team will join Ixigo to aid the building of a marketplace for inter-city taxi owners and vendors. Earlier this month, Ixigo acqui-hired online community Indian backpacker. Ixigo already has a meta taxi aggregator app, and the team from Rutogo will help building it out.
A travel enthusiast since he was 16, Akshay has stayed at Ashrams, trekked to the hills, tried out local street food at small towns and made new friends from across the globe. In a short time, he made IndianBackpacker.com a credible source of information and bookings for backpackers coming to India. i
Users will now be able to get near accurate predictions of whether their ticket on any train will get confirmed or not. The feature also shows the probability of a ticket getting confirmed if the booking has already been made. Ixigo claims its PNR prediction feature is up to 90% accurate and will soon achieve 95% accuracy.
Micromax had announced last month that it will be making investments of 0.5-20 million dollars in over 20 startups in the coming year. For this objective, Micromax has also set up an M&A team which has been actively sourcing and working with startups across major technology markets such as Silicon Valley, Europe, Israel and India to bring in the best products and capabilities.
In addition to searching all major online cab aggregator apps, ixigo cabs also searches 250+ offline taxi service providers across 100 towns in India