Lately, the idea of traveling has gained a new meaning and has found an importance in the minds of the millennials. From travel planning websites to reviews and blogs, travel has become one of the most favorite subjects on social media and internet in general. Joining the growing trend, Google has launched a new personalized mobile app, which will allow users to plan their vacations and other travel better and in an easier manner. Just right for its function, the mobile app is named Google Trips. The app is available for both Android and iOS users. Also Read - Google, Facebook make vaccination mandatory for employees returning to office
Google understands how even though travelling is an enthralling idea, the planning before and the travels can be quite stressful. In fact, Google in its blog quotes a study by GoodThink, which states that 74 percent of travelers feel the most stressful aspect of travel is figuring out the details. Therefore, in order to reduce the hassle and help travelers enjoy their vacations, the Google Trips help users instantly plan each day of their trip. Google Trips is a personalized tour guide, customize each trip according to a user’s need. 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. Also Read - Fake Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Lite APK links going viral on the internet: How to spot them
For over 200 cities in the world, Google has pre-planned itinerary, which have popular sights and attractions assembled in them, for an entire day of tour, which users can spread to multiple days at their convenience. Additionally, Google Trips gives you the option to choose to add destinations to the itinerary and build your day around places you already know you want to visit. Also, Google understands that while travelling, there is no guarantee of the web connectivity that a user might have, and therefore, the Google Trips gives its users an offline access to all their information. The entire app is available offline, which users can access by simply tapping the “Download” button under each trip to save it to their phone.
Also, since the Google Trips works with a login Gmail ID, all your tickets and reservation details that you receive in your mail get collated under a ‘Reservations’ section in the particular details. So, if your trip consists of multiple destinations, all your tickets will be organized by the app in one place.
The app does look extremely organised with each travel listed separately. When I registered in the app, all my previous travels of which I have reservations and itinerary in my Gmail account were imported to the Google Trips, with each travel listed with my dates of travels and reservations. This app can prove to be quite a help when travelling alone, or to an absolutely unknown destination.
Of late, Google has been paying a lot of attention to the importance of data being accessible to users even when offline. Google recently gave its users the ability to download Maps offline, so they could navigate their way to the destination even when they are in areas with low web connectivity. Google Maps and Google Trips together, could be perfect go to apps for travelers.