As more and more people rely on their mobile phones to put together travel plans, Google is trying to simplify the process for travelers by introducing a new feature called Plan a Trip. The search engine is making sure users are able to easily obtain specific information under a on its mobile browser and app by offering recommendations such as hotels, restaurants, flights, and landmarks, all under a single tab. When scrolling further down the page, users will be shown a Plan a Trip section, which will then reveal a search page that lists all available flights from different airlines in a day, hotels that are available for booking, and weather conditions. At a glance, the feature may not seem new, but its seamless transition from one search page to another sure makes planning one’s travels a much smoother experience.
Google Makes Travel Planning Easier with ‘Plan a Trip’ Feature
By Adeline Christabelle Palar - February 12, 2016
The 'Plan a Trip' feature as seen on the Google mobile app.
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