You feel like if you just opened up another browser tab, you may get a better deal, Lalonde said. (Lalonde is pictured above on the right, with Hopper co-founder and CTO Joost Ouwerkerk.) After Hopper released some initial data on how people could save money on flights and the New York Times covered it, the startup quickly had over a million people visit its website, Lalonde said. The market signal was so strong that it was one of the easiest decisions we ever made to switch gears to the flight search and booking app, Lalonde said. But the companys earlier work wasnt wasted. We actually ended up using the vast majority of the code that we had written and the data we collected, Lalonde said. Heres how the app works : Users search for a trip, and it crunches its archive of trillions of past flight prices to predict when a flight to that destination will likely be cheapest. If the app recommends a user wait to book a flight, it can keep tabs on fares and notify the person the second prices drop. If the software calculates that a user should jump on the purchase now, he or she can quickly book the flight within Hoppers app. Screenshots of Hoppers app.
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