Mumbai Metro One Launches Mobile Application for Commuters

Published: 16th October 2015 12:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th October 2015 12:10 AM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI: Mumbai Metro One today launched its smartphone application that will enable commuters to plan their travel in the mega-polis.

The app will also help commuters to recharge their smart cards. Besides, it will also provide a host of useful services even for commuters who don't have Mumbai Metro One smart cards, the company said in a statement.

"The app is powered by Google Maps and goes one up on the other available navigation or travel planner apps for travelling across the city through some special features like suggestions for Mumbaikars on the best and the fastest route between two points, how to get there with the least number of switches among different modes of transport, or how to avoid having to walk too much in doing so," it said.

Realty startup raises first round of funding

Realty portal today said it has received first round of funding from clutch of investors for expansion.

The fund has been raised "from a clutch of investors including Devesh Rai G, founding team member ShopClues and founder; Amitpal Bhutani, Principal Technical Program Manager Amazon US; and Rajesh Aggarwal, Founder and CEO FHO Communications and ex Group President Dentsu India".

The fund would be utilised in creating technology differentiators, customer acquisition and expansion,, which is transaction oriented C2C real estate market place portal, said in a statement.


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