Google Trips is all in one travel application which organizes your essential information and put it in one place. This application has the ability to combine your travel planning (restaurant, hotel and flight reservations) with custom itineraries. It also has guides that focus on museums, shopping, and other activities.With over 1 billion users already using Google Maps and Gmail, this application be very vital to those using these services since it depends on Google’s ability to access the data store in the Gmail app and automatically gather information and then organize it into trips.The application uses the Google Maps to show you nearby destinations if you add a sight-seeing destination. Those using Google Maps and Gmail can benefit more from Google Trips especially if you are a traveler.There are lots of travel apps that offer this type of planning but Google Trips takes advantage of your Gmail and Google’s wide geographical database, which’s where anyone can confirm your tickets and send reservations.You just have to type in your future trip and you will find a beautiful grid of options to explore. This app has useful info about getting from an airport to the center of a city, the local emergency, and also what do if you find yourself in an emergency.The most important thing about this application is ‘Things to Do’ that creates custom itineraries based on how long you will be in popular destinations, town, and anything you have previously saved or starred on a Google service.If you have an active cellular connection, Google Trips pulls a real-time information about what destinations are open and closed. It also makes adjustments based on the weather and the time of the day.In case you don’t have an active internet connection, do not panic! Google Trips have an offline mode that allows you to access your data when you are offline.
Source: TechCrunch

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