Haptik looks to take the pain out of your travel

Haptik looks to take the pain out of your travelJetting around the globe isn't always as glamorous as it is made out to be. Ask a seasoned traveller and he will list out all the travelling pain points -be it booking tickets, web check-in, booking cabs or finding ATMs and restaurants in a new city.

While there are different apps available that provide all these services, all you need is one Haptik.

Haptik is India's first-ever assistant service that also doubles up as your travel manager where you can find all your travel solutions under one roof.You can just message an assistant on Haptik requesting anything you need -right from booking a taxi to reminding you about your upcoming travel itinerary.

Haptik's intelligent service also prompts for web check-in ahead of time, and keeps you updated about your flight status. It also allows you to book train tickets, which is otherwise a cumbersome and tiring process. You can also check your PNR status and live-track your train, along with other related travel information.

W hile on a trip in an unknown destination, Haptik's Nearby channel can help you find your way around the city by suggesting nearby locales and find just about anything you might want -ATMs, medical stores, restaurants and even free WiFi spots, which is a big plus for today's data junkies.

With the summer vacations right a round the corner, Haptik has sweetened the deal with its Flights Flash sale, which ends on April 15. It gives you a chance to save up to Rs1,000 without paying any convenience fee while booking your flights using the app.

And if travel isn't on your mind, you can also use Haptik to set reminders, manage your to-do list, pay your bills, give you a wake-up call every morning and so much more. So, now there is no need to shuffle through multiple apps.All one needs is to download the Haptik app completely free of cost and get your work done with just a message to your very own personal assistant .

(Times Internet which owns ETtech, is an investor in Haptik)