Alternative products to Google Trips

Google Trips

Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place

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Google Go

A fast, easy, fun way to search

Google Go makes discovering, exploring, and sharing the best of the web easy and fast. Get answers quickly and reliably with Google Go, even on slow connections and smartphones with low space. At 5MB in size, it’s speedy to download and get started.

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Google's light search app for Android is here, called Google Go. Like the Google app that you can already get on iOS and Google Play, Google Go will give you quick access to search, weather, and voice-activated functions.
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Journy

Tastemaker-driven concierge to plan your perfect trip

John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
I would suggest using Journy it's like a more thorough on-demand personal travel agent that helps you optimize your time traveling.
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Look into journy it helps you book, plan, and optimize your travels with a real planner based on your budget
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Journy can save you time on maximizing your trip, as they'll create an itinerary with you based on your needs.
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Tripomatic 3.0

Itinerary planner for independent travelers

Alex Restuccia
Great for creating an itinerary and sharing with others.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
When I traveled to India for 3 weeks, I used Tripomatic (now called Sygic Travel) to plan each day. I got quite a few recommendations on what to go see when I started planning. It's really helpful with the map feature, and you can organize your trip however you want. The route mapping is really helpful, and it can help you decide how many things you should d… See more
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Pana Free

Automagically organize and share all of your travel plans

Graham Siegel- COO, Unlearn.AI
I used Tripit Premium for years, but the product fell behind the times and spurred me to look for alternatives. Tried Google Trips and Kayak's similar app, but so far Pana is my favorite and I've stuck with it for about 6 months so far. Haven't tried their paid travel agent/concierge service yet, but the free app is pretty great. It does a good job scraping … See more
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Guides by Lonely Planet

Explore city guides curated by experts.

Guillaume Broder- Mobile Developer
A really great app with nice guides and all the best places to see. You an also download the guide to read offline which can be really helpful.
Ben Tossell- newCo
Lonely Planet is an amazing company for travellers and this app is no exception. I wish they had more places on there but what they do have is pretty awesome. I expect nothing less from LP
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TripScout

Self-guided city tours from local experts

TripScout produces high quality audio guides and offline maps with a quirky twist that I really appreciate - they cover the highlights you'll obviously want to know but also slightly more obscure points of interest. I don't get to travel as much as I'd like to anymore but have also found the guides to be fun armchair traveling - I can learn about cities I'd like to visit someday. 

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DESTIGOGO 2.0

Find the best travel deals to anywhere in the world! ✈️ 🌍

Destigogo finds you the best travel deals to over 2.000+ destinations all over the world.

We not only compare thousands of airlines, but also compare flights from all airports near you.

Due to our unique way of searching, we are able to surprise you with unbeatable rates and destinations you wouldn't even think of!

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Firef.ly

An app that's your local guide and intimate travel journal.

Firef.ly is a smart, location-based mobile app that distills the best of trip planning, travel guides, journalling, sharing and personalised mementos, designed for today’s smartphone-enabled traveller.

Shawn Low- Co-founder, Firef.ly (travel app)
Smart travel journal with curated recommendations across several major cities (Singapore, NYC, London, Paris) etc.
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Firef.ly is a mobile app that helps people connect the dots of their travel life cycle. It has a map-based journal that captures where one has been and one's moments such as photos, notes, video, weather, etc., apart from giving relevant recommendations for places to eat, sleep, stay and play.
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Concept Firef.ly is a rolling travel memoir that offers curated travel recommendations based on your interests. Firef.ly helps you discover interesting places, by getting to know you. It provides you with personalised guided content while in a destination. All this information is wrapped up in curated moments in the form of a beautiful map-based journal.
TODAYonline
Singapore - You can say that Shawn Low is a Singaporean who is abroad a lot. The former writer-editor at Lonely Planet (who authored 14 titles on various topics from Australia to the Trans-Siberian rail) and host of National Geographic's Roads Less Travelled has made a dream job his career.
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What are the best tools for planning a trip?

Robinson GreigFreelance UX Designer
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Google trips is amazing! Instead of switching between emails and maps and googling stuff I need, I can just use one app that has it all - a… See more
Tabiko - Human bot hybrid assistant for traveling in Japan 🇯🇵
"One interesting way is to plan your trip by chatting with expert travel agents or maybe a bot, rather than going through a huge list of onl… See more
Eightydays.me BETA - A site that plans your multi-city travel in a few clicks
"I love my job!"

Whats the best app for discovering cool places in a foreign city?

William FalloonInteractive emerging tech and media
Foursquare 11 - Find the best places everywhere, every time with place pages
"Haven't tried the new version, but it's Foursquare, so, there you go :)"
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"It's really good!"
Google Maps 4.0 - New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion
"The reason why I need data in a foreign city is to have access to Google Maps 🗺 especially useful for finding quality food once you know y… See more

What websites and apps do you use to plan travel?

LukeFernandez
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Love Google Trips. It's so handy, especially love that you can download everything."
Google Maps 4.0 - New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion
"Offline maps, save my favorite places (I use as places to see) syncs favorites with Google Trips"
Skyscanner - Compares millions of flights to find you the cheapest deal
"Best thing Skyscanner brought to travel was 'Flexible? Search Everywhere' I had wanted this feature forever and nobody did it: search for f… See more

Summer is coming! What are some apps you use to plan / book vacations?

R A I Z A🍝 I just want to see the spaghetti emoji
Cool Cousin - Shaking up the travel world with good old human connection
"Because you can ditch the tourist traps and get real, personal recommendations from a local. You can have a more authentic experience and e… See more
Skyscanner - Compares millions of flights to find you the cheapest deal
"Great for flights"
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Quite like keeping everything together with Google Trips"
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