RailYatri App provides Decision Making Info on all aspects on Trains

railyatriappRailYatri app provides a wide range of decision making information on trains in India by using crowdsourcing,where the travellers can share their stories and experiences.

The app was launched in 2014 with an intent to provide real-time rail travel-related information,including train status,platforms,seat availability predictions,facilities at stations,personalized alerts and providing access to essential travel services like meals and taxi.

“Millions of train travelers in India make uninformed travel choices and end up spending more both on time and money.RailYatri goal is to reach out to every train travelers and empower them by bridging the information/services gap.We are thrilled to have Helion on board.We believe Helion’s stellar track record in the online travel segment coupled with Rahul’s significant know how in the mobile space will help us in creating a world class consumer product and build a great experience for train travelers in India.” Said Manish Rathi,Co-founder and CEO,RailYatri.

It provides detailed information on all the aspects related to every long distance and local trains from all the major cities in India.It also helps travellers to find their favourite food on board by providing information about the nearby restaurants to order.Apart from it also comes with GPS locator,fare calculator,fog alerts to ensure that the selected train has the minimum probability of getting affected by fog.

“According to our understanding,in future the demand for rail tickets will grow higher than its supply,leading to greater trouble for commuters to get a confirmed birth.So,you would have to smarter to get a confirmed seat,and our primary focus was to simplify train travels in India” Said Rathi

The app can pick up your IRCTC booking SMS from your message inbox automatically and track the current PNR status and other train details.

And the company claims to be partnered with taxi services firms across 30 cities and food vendors across 300 stations.