There's a plenty of travel apps currently available in Android and iOS store and Google has also entered the travel planning bandwagon for users to enjoy.

Trips, Google's travel app, is the new-fangled travel companion.

The app is like a pocket-sized travel agent that makes exploring the world easier by organizing essential information in one place and making it available even offline.

According to Yahoo Lifestyle, the travel app is connected to your email account where it gets all the information about past and future trips. It pulls information from details in a person's inbox.

Travel reservations in this app are automatically gathered from Gmail and organized into individual trips.

Trips then create 'cards' for users, which align with their previous and upcoming travels. It pulls all necessary information including reservations, maps, sightseeing and dining recommendations to form a travel "card" on your personal app.

There are bundled reservations where users can see their flight, hotel, rental car, and restaurant bookings in one place without having to search for them individually.

It features day plans organized on a map that you can customize based on the user's interests and available time. It can notify users on nearby attractions (know their business hours schedules) as well as reviews and ratings from other travelers. Moreover, it also provides local emergency numbers and hospital recommendations.

Even without internet, the Google Trips is available offline; so users will always have easy access to their needed info.

Nonetheless, various users conveyed their comments and reviews on Google Trips. They believe that this app still needs area for improvement when it comes to functionality and other technical features.

Some requested to improve its ability to manually add information that is not picked up by e-mail and that the app needs integration with non-Gmail account with respect to its feature of reading itinerary information from e-mails.

Meanwhile, some users found this app great as a good start.

Now, travel booking anyone? Take it through Trips.