Learn more about how we have partnered with Yapta, to bring enhanced performance and user experience for their leisure travellers through our Travel API.
If you follow DuckDuckGo on Twitter, you might have seen their tweet last week featuring our newly released Instant Answer. A few months ago we also released a cheat-sheet for our APIs to help developers working with them. In this post Skyscanner Developer Advocate, Sam Heyman, tells us more about DuckDuckGo, our Instant Answers and how you can get involved.
A lot of White Label users spend valuable time trying to determine the optimal colour scheme for their configuration. This made us wonder how colour impacts the performance of our White Label partners. This blog exposes a deep dive that we have performed in an attempt to start answering that question!
The software development company Two10degrees has implemented the Skyscanner Travel API to support its risk management tool by enabling users of their travel system to select and book flight(s) and/or hotel(s). Two10degrees is then able to update a journey's risk assessment, making its analysis far more accurate and user-friendly.
Former air hostess turned Flight Life app founder, Lisa Mothersille, talks us through America's newest inspirational travel app for millenials, the tech behind it and their plans for the future.
Travel Door is a mobile app that provides travellers with city guides and content for travellers to use when on the road across 55 cities around the world.
Newly launched app, LuckyTrip, have just released one of the most promising apps on the market using the Skyscanner Travel API – a budget based tool, which finds you a complete trip in one tap.