The last-minute booking app has now raised more than $80 million to fuel international growth and make it as easy as possible to be spontaneous.
Hipmunk, a popular startup striving to make travel search easier, released a mobile app for booking last-minute hotel deals today.
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Hipmunk and Kayak both released tools today that help customers find the best deals for their flights — even predicting when a price might go up or down.
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Hipmunk completely revamped its hotels product today, adding in new ways to understand the neighborhoods you’re staying in, so you don’t get stuck in the family zone, when you really want a fun nightlife.
It’s a windfall of funding news today, with 12 companies reporting funding. Check out who raised some cash below.
WalkScore, the company which ranks cities based on how easy it is to navigate them by foot, has raised $2 million in its first round of funding, according to Geekwire.
Grubwithus, the Y Combinator startup that lets you book group meals with strangers, has opened registration for its second round of get-to-know-you meals featuring successful alumni of the startup accelerator. The meals, which will take place in November, are happening in seven cities across the U.S., and spots are selling out fast.
Travel search site Hipmunk has added another wonderful new feature to help you book your travel plans: Google Calendar integration.
Travel and hotel search service Hipmunk launched a new mobile app for Android devices today.
Flight and hotel search startup Hipmunk today announced it is adding routes from Amtrak to its travel search site.
Flight search startup Hipmunk could be profitable if it wanted to be — but it’s more interested in growing as quickly as possible.
Flight search startup Hipmunk now indicates which flights have Wi-Fi available for the duration of the flight — a relatively small change that shows just how nitpicky the company is about building the best design in the travel-search startup ecosystem.
Hipmunk, a streamlined flight-search service, has finally launched an app for the iPad.