The search engine that started it all is 20 years old this September, but Google is determined to keep it faster and smarter than fresher-faced rivals. It regularly launches new ‘underthe-bonnet’ technology such as Google Caffeine and Hummingbird (https://www.searchmetrics.com/knowledge-base/hummingbird/), plus clever features such as the Personal tab.
Today we tried to comes with a best Google Travel Apps that you must have when you are leaving your home.
Android & iOS:
Get a travel itinerary, boarding details, accommodation recommendations and more – all automatically gleaned from your Gmail messages and made available offline.
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Android & iOS:
Speak to this app and it’ll give you instant translations – read out loud – in no fewer than 103 languages (or 52 if you’re offline). It can even translate text in photos.
Google Maps online is more of an atlas, whereas the apps are designed to get you from A to B. Offline navigation is particularly impressive in the Android app.
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GOOGLE MY MAPS
Create a customised map of places you plan to visit, then save it to use offline while you’re traveling. Not yet available for iOS.
Hope my article “Don’t Leave Home Without These Google Travel Apps” helps you make your travel better.