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Entries in Google Trips (3)

Tuesday
May142019

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 google.com/travel 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

Saturday
Dec162017

Google hopes to help you out with your travel plans with new app updates

Google is making it easier for you to work out your last-minute travel plans this holiday season with an update coming to its suite of travel-related apps and services. First up is Google Flights. It makes use of its machine learning capabilities to let you know when is the best time to book a flight. When you select where you want to go, you can opt to have the apt let you know things like “price won’t drop further” or “prices are less than normal.” Now, if you want to search hotels, you can get similar information. Google will let you know if a room costs higher or if the surrounding area is busy because of a local event. You can even get the option to receive email alerts for when price fluctuates. Lastly, the Google Trips app, now has a new Discounts section. This’ll show you deals on everything from tickets, attractions, tours, and activities in the areas you plan to visit. The flight and hotel price tracking is rolling out worldwide, while the Discounts tab is coming to Trips app in English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, and Spanish.

Source: Android Authority

Wednesday
Apr262017

Google Trips gets an update to make planning a bit more easy

Google Trips finally has a big update that will make trip planning that much easier. A new button in the Reservations tab will let you add and edit things like notes, flights, hotel bookings, restaurants, and flight details. It’ll also automatically organize all your past and upcoming train and bus reservations in one place. For planning group trips, the app will now also let you share all your reservations to someone through a single, organized email or see the details through Trip if they have the app as well. Going up against the likes of TripIt, adding these features will make using Google Trips that much more enticing.

Source: TechCrunch