Google is closing its Trips app
According to the company statement, technology colossus Google is closing its Trips app for cellphones. However, the company is integrating much of the functionality from the service into its Maps app and Search features.
While today is the last day for support for the app, information such as notes and saved places will be on hand in Search so long as a user signs into their Google account.
If you want to find popular destinations, events, and other attractions, you can search for “my trips” or go to the revamped Travel page in Google.
In September 2018, Google came up with changes, which comprised several of the features that had been broken out into the Trips app.
Users will shortly be able to add and oversee notes from Google Trips in the Travel section on a browser and find saved attractions, trips and hotels for imminent and previous excursions.
In Maps, you can search a destination or find particular legendary places, guide lists, events or eateries by swiping up on the “Explore” tab in the app.
And you can go to destinations you have used under the “Your Places” section by tapping the menu icon. The maps app will soon also include forthcoming reservations planned by trip which will be on hand offline, obviating the need to download them.
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