‘Love Train’ app launches in India, says CEO
New Delhi, Dec 16: A new app by Indian-based startup Love Train aims to connect people with each other, says founder Rajesh Agrawal.
The app is being launched in the US, the UK and Singapore, and is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store.
Agrawel says the app’s goal is to connect with people who have similar interests and lifestyles.
“We want to connect the world with a global community of like-minded people who share our love for traveling, and who are eager to travel for their dreams,” he says.
Agrawal says he is looking forward to getting feedback from users.
“There are so many different experiences with people.
It’s not just a travel app.
We want to make people feel like they can take control of their travel experience and have fun with it.”
People have different values.
It is the challenge of being a passionate person and being passionate about something that you believe in,” he adds.
Read moreIndia has long been an emerging hub for travel.
A study by travel and technology consultancy Appetite for Travel found that in 2014, a whopping 46 per cent of Indian travelers reported they would make trips overseas in the next 12 months.
We want people to feel like, ‘I can have fun and meet people. “
I want to create a platform for people to be able to travel, enjoy the country, and make connections that they can’t make through travel agencies or travel websites,” he tells TechCrunch.
We want people to feel like, ‘I can have fun and meet people.
I can also go to places and do things that I would never be able do without this app’,” he adds, noting that the app has been downloaded nearly 10 million times.”
I think we have a lot to offer to the world.
We are a very young company.
We have a very strong platform.
We’re trying to build an ecosystem that can help the world,” he said.
The app will have different travel options for different travel destinations, including a one-day itinerary.
It also offers a way for people who want to stay longer and see more of the country.
The company also plans to create “virtual communities” where people can meet and talk about travel, including in the form of an online chat, where they can discuss their trips, experiences, food, shopping, and so on.
At launch, the company will focus on Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, where it expects to expand further.
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