Google Trips portal makes it easier to plan vacations online

Google Trips portal makes it easier to plan vacations online

May 15th, 2019|Tags: , |

On Wednesday May 15, 2019, Engadget wrote:
In addition to the new portal, Google has also rolled out an update for Maps to highlight popular neighborhoods in the place you're visiting by describing what they're know for.

It's the desktop version of the upgraded hotel and flight search experience the tech giant rolled out for smartphones last year, and it's about time -- some people might prefer doing their planning on a bigger screen, after all.

Like its mobile counterpart, it gives you access to flights, hotels, tour packages and other relevant information in one place.

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