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Google Trips reaching dead end on August 5 as Google stops supporting it

06 June 2019 0

Google Trips, the trip planner mobile app is getting discontinued and we won’t further see any of its milestones. The company has confirmed this via its support page and announced that the app will be discontinued on August 5. Google states that until then, you’ll still be able to access and email all of your trip reservations and notes as normal.

Google Trips had helped several users plan for their upcoming trips. The app used to automatically create plans for your holidays in a simple and comprehensible way. Those who have been using this app know the loss of it. They have long been relied on it for their travel planning, including the itinerary and all. From suggesting the famous views near you to cafes and parks, Google Trips was the ultimate guide for users. It not only helped with suggesting your nearby attractions but also suggested things to do when you were in a particular city or country.

Google Trips app used to provide activity suggestions based on what’s nearby, customizable day plans, and your travel reservations from Gmail. You could also see your flight, hotel, rental car, and restaurant bookings in one place without having to search for them individually.

Google Trips was released in 2016 and in such a short span it won the hearts of the users. The news of its discontinuation doesn’t come as a surprise, AndroidPolice spotted code in the Android app that hinted its end is near. And, now we are seeing it happening. Features that are currently available on the Google Trips app will migrate to Google Search and Google Maps according to Google



Google Trips reaching dead end on August 5 as Google stops supporting it
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