A new travel-based search engine, 90di, delivers search results across modes of transport.
Picture this: You're set to travel from Mumbai to a small town and would like to know the various options to reach there. The obvious first step would be to search Google and maybe check for train time-tables and flight schedules to the nearest airport. This is usually a painful procedure, involving opening up a dozen sites, eventually causing more confusion.
This may soon be a thing of the past with this nippy little search engine called 90di (90 degree). This is a one-of-a-kind travel-oriented search engine that can go great lengths to ensure that you have all the necessary information before you embark on a trip.
First off, it supports "natural language" based queries like 'Mumbai to Patna on 1st September'. This is extremely useful as most people prefer to type in their travel-based queries in a similar format. Once you submit the query, you will get a results page filled with various options. In case there are no direct trains or flights to your destination, it will give you the nearest destination from which you can get a train, or flight, the fare and the average time for the journey.
Head over to 90di.com to have a closer look. This one is likely to be extremely helpful!