atta pte ltd has announced that since the launch of its app on 4 July 2019, atta has helped travelers save 209,000 SGD through its push notifications which notify travelers when the room rates drops for their desired hotel.
In August, atta has successfully completed the integration of new hotel online travel agency partners, Expedia and Hotels.com™. On the atta app, there are now over 1.4M accommodations listings available globally. These options range from hotels to vacation rentals to ryokans, inns and villas.
With the atta app, travelers can easily search and compare prices from various online booking websites in one glance. Our AI system predicts the probability of the room rates dropping so travelers can decide whether to book now or to wait for the price to drop. Travelers can sign up for push notifications so that they are notified when the price drops and can book it at the time when the room rate is the cheapest. This way, travelers will get the best deals on atta.
To deliver a more all-rounded experience for travelers, atta has also built a flight tickets search service within the app in collaboration with Skyscanner. The flights search service was launched for iOS on 25 September and Android on 30 September, so travelers can now search for flights to & from 4400 airports globally. Travelers can search and compare flight ticket prices to get the best deal. On top of that, atta has built in AI price prediction functionality based on specific routes and dates of travel. Additionally, there is a push notification feature to monitor prices of specific routes and deliver alerts to the traveler’s smartphone in real-time when the prices drop.
In response to this announcement, Mr Haruyama said: “I am proud that with new partners and services, we can better serve the needs of travelers. In particular, I am delighted that atta is able to help travelers get the best deals for their travels and save lots of money with our push notification feature. Our users are increasing not just in Japan but throughout Southeast Asia as well. We will continue to develop our app to be loved by all travelers.”