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Getting Around With Google Trips

Google released a new app today, called Google Trips for both iOS and Android, which promises to help plan trips giving useful information and interesting spots to visit, including museums, restaurants and more.

I checked out the app today and found it actually did provide a really great selection of options to check out on your next trip to Hong Kong, China or Taiwan–or anywhere else in the world! It’s kind of nice having the power of Google behind you planning your next trip.

Let’s take a look!

When you launch the app, Google being Google, will list out any previous itineraries you have from your Gmail inbox, with the option to download that data (which is nice when abroad!) as well. I also like the fact that it is available both on iOS and Android, too.

When you first search for a place to visit (or have one in your itinerary it pulled from Gmail) you’ll see a page like this:


This gives you the options to view your reservations (if any), look at things to do, places to eat and more. For example, some things to do in Taipei!


Or even places to eat:


And if you happen to be in Beijing instead:


Overall, it’s a great app to get started planning a trip anywhere in the world, with plenty of information about places of interested in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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