Google launches its Google Trips platform for travel-related searches

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Google makes travel planning more organized with Trips on web

Your Android phone allows access to millions of apps and games that you can download whenever you feel like it via the Google Play Store. Within a few weeks, Google says you'll be able to add new reservations yourself as well as access the local weather for your travel time. First, the navigation drawer has received a little revamp to remove the legacy Google+ background cover photo (just like Photos did a while back), but instead of keeping the account picker there, it's been completely moved to the main app UI.

The company has also begun automatically adding some trip reservations sent to users of the company's Gmail email service and adding them to a user's Google Calendar. Now, you can go to google.com/travel and make edits directly to your trip's timeline.

While most of the functionality of this travel hub was previously available through Google's website, this unifies all of the various features and options into a single webpage where you can book flights and hotels, see all your upcoming trips, and scroll through all of the previous vacations and getaways from years past.

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Recent searches, saved places and flights you're tracking are added automatically to your trips when you're signed into your Google Account. It'll use that information to suggest travel articles you might want to read about a particular location you're researching, along with suggester day plans and activities like restaurants you might want to check out.

(3) Google Trips will show you when you're traveling by pointing out popular neighborhoods nearby and what they're known for. Soon your hotel and restaurant reservations will also be visible on Google Maps. We can find some of the information related to travel from Google Search itself.

With the opening of Google Safety Engineering Center (GSEC), Google CEO Sundar Pichai said, the company is expanding its operations in Munich and plans to increase the number of its privacy engineers in the city to around 200 by 2019-end.

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