RailYatri won the award for the category: m-Travel and Tourism. mBillionth South Asia award covers 8 countries including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Other finalists in the category included Patiala Green Cabs, TaxiPixi, mGaadi, ixigo, Travel Aid Plus, Sri Lankan Airline Mobile app, Trip 38, XGear, Locomapia and Uni Rides.
Manish Rathi, CEO, RailYatri.in, commented,
“The entire experience has been immensely gratifying. Our assumption of train travelers looking for an end-to-end solution has been validated with this award. A big pat on the back to everyone who got involved and cheers to all Railyatris!”
The premise behind the mBillionth awards is to acknowledge the impact of mobile innovations on the society at large.
RailYatri, a 2-year-old technology start-up, is India’s leading community of train travelers. The platform provides comprehensive information on train status, reservation status, amenities, disruptions etc. It also serves as a platform for travel oriented services like taxi booking, ordering food etc.
RailYatri android app, in just 5 months of its launch, has got more than 2 lakh downloads.
Interested in downloading the app, click here to download it from the Google Play Store.