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Google shuts down its Trips mobile app

Google's Trips mobile app is going away, but that doesn't mean you can't use the search giant's other apps and features to help you plan upcoming trips. Google is bringing many of its features to Maps and Search. As long as you're signed in to your Google account, you can head to and head to the Explore tab. Or you can just simply search for things on Google. Google's Travel site will let you browse past and upcoming reservations. You can edit details over there as well. A shortcut would be to search for "My trips" on Google. You'll also be able to find saved attractions, flights, and soon hotels for your upcoming and past trips. Another feature you can look forward to is being able to add and edit your notes from Google Trips into the Travel site.

In Maps, if you're looking for a destination or specific iconic places, guide lists, events, or restaurants, you can head to the Explore tab to find these. If you tap the menu icon, you can find saved places under the Your Places section. And soon Maps will include upcoming reservations organized by your trips and those will be automatically available offline, so you don't need to manually download them.


Google replaces Trips app with new Travel site

If you found Google’s Trips app quite useful for planning out trips, unfortunately, the company seems to be replacing that with a new travel site. The aptly named brings the tools you’ve used in Trips into this website. Using Android’s Material Design, the sleek-looking site will show you all your past and potential trips along with “Popular destinations.” You used to have access to this feature through Search, too. But here’s a more visually appealing update. The left sidebar shows links to Explore, Packages, Flights, and Hotels. The site also gives you an aggregate of different airline and accommodation results.

The Trips section of the site has a timeline feature that you can edit. You will soon be able to manually add new reservations and see what the weather will be like at the top of the site for the days you’ll be traveling. Aside from having related searches, saved places, and tracked flights, you’ll soon be able to see viewed hotels in this page as well as feature travel articles, upcoming events, popular restaurants, and suggested day plans.

Source: 9to5Google