According to a GoodThink study, 74% of travelers feel the most stressful aspect of travel is figuring out the details.
You might get recommendations from friends, professional travel guides, or online reviews — but figuring out how to squeeze everything you want to do into a finite window of time can be stressful, especially when you’re in a new place, often with limited access to the web.
Google wanted to reduce the hassle and help travelers enjoy their hard-earned vacations.
So Google has released a new mobile app named “Google Trips”, to help Travelers instantly plan each day of their trip with just a few taps of finger.
Google Trips is a personalized tour guide in your pocket. Each trip contains key categories of information, including day plans, reservations, things to do, food & drink, and more, so you have everything you need at your fingertips. The entire app is available offline — simply tap the “Download” button under each trip to save it to your phone.
For the top 200 cities in the world, Google Trips shows you a variety of day plans featuring the most popular daily itineraries. Google has automatically assembled the most popular sights, attractions, and local gems into a full day’s tour — all based on historic visits by other travelers
Keeping track of all your flight, hotel, car and restaurant reservations when you travel can be tough. With Google Trips, all your travel reservations are automatically gathered from Gmail and organized for you into individual trips, so you don’t have to search and dig up those emails. They’re waiting for you within the reservations tile, even without WiFi.
Read Google’s blog post about Google Trips at
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