Now, the search giant is leveraging that knowledge and packaging it into a new travel app called Google Trips, which the company introduced on Monday.
The free app, now available on iOS and Android, gathers travel reservations from your Gmail account and organizes them into their own individual trips. Tapping on a trip will bring you to a screen that lets you browse nearby attractions, food and drink suggestions, your current reservations, and saved places.
For example, since I booked a hotel room for one night in Syracuse to attend a wedding next month, Google Trips put together a Syracuse package that includes popular sights, restaurant suggestions, and a quick link to my hotel reservation. It makes finding things like hotel addresses and confirmation numbers much quicker than digging through old emails.