Google launches one-stop-shop Trips

Ruben Fields
May 18, 2019

You can access it all at and plan your trips there.

Holden said that the revised service would also allow users to add bookings manually within a few weeks. The pledge made Tuesday before a crowd of approximately 7,000 computer developers is a part of the efforts to increase Google as an internet search engine beyond its roots of Pichai.

Trips is a continuation of a travel-based undertaking that Google began a year ago when it rounded up reservations for hotels and flights to a trip timeline for users signed into their Google accounts and who received Gmail confirmation.

Google has long had a number of travel-related services. That said, in any case, these features will be accessible through Google Maps in the coming months. The service has also improved its time-line feature, and will display updates for flights if you track their prices in a Google search.

Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson suspended by National Football League for six games
The 28-year-old Peterson has skipped voluntary workouts this offseason amid speculation he was unhappy with the organization. He posted a few cryptic messages on social media last month while deleting all mentions of the Cardinals in his profiles.

The updated app ratings was one of numerous Google Play changes announced today, along with the public launch of dynamic delivery features, new APIs, refreshed Google Play Console data, custom listings and even "suggested replies" - like those found in Gmail, but for responding to Play Store user reviews.

(3) Google Trips will show you when you're traveling by pointing out popular neighborhoods nearby and what they're known for. Later on, Google plans to add reservations for hotels and restaurants to Google Maps too.

Google may be commonly used as a verb for looking for information, but in the online travel world the technology giant isn't a go-to destination like Expedia, Priceline and TripAdvisor. Google will put hotels, flights, things to do, places to eat, weather, packages and more right in a central place. As to where the Google Trips app will fit into all of this that remains to be seen.

Google has brought its simplified travel planning system to the desktop, integrating flights, hotels, and ideas for actives into a single, comprehensive hub.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article