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It’s been a long time coming, but Google Trips is officially dead after support for the app came to an end on Monday.
Google’s now set to move some of the app’s features to Google Maps and Search, it announced on its Travel Help page.
The end of Trips means that users can no longer use the app to organise their travel plans, and will instead have to use Maps and Search to find “things to do”, access their “saved places” and “trip reservations”.
Users attemping to access the app will be met with a message: “We’ve said goodbye to Google Trips”.
While Search will feature most of Trips’ previous abilities, users will not be able to add or edit notes about their trips. On Google Maps, users won’t have the trip reservations feature either. Both are, however, “coming soon” to the relevant platforms.
“To find personal Trips information in Search, such as notes and saved places, you must sign in to your Google Account,” Google noted.
Feature image: screenshot, Google Trips