Google has upgraded its travel services onto a new homepage that lists details about past and potential trips.
According to a blog post from the search giant, the same features available on Google Trips, the app that was launched last year, will not be made available on desktops.
Users can access it at google.com/travel, or search for terms like “hotels in Tokyo” or “Vancouver” to find details.
Trips are organized for users to manage reservations and research, the blog post said.
“You can now make edits directly to your trips timeline, and in a few weeks you’ll be able to manually add new reservations as well,” Google said, referring to when a user goes to the desktop site.
Users will also see the weather for upcoming and potential trips on the desktop site, the blog post added. It will also allow users to keep track of research they’ve been doing or will continue towards their trip.
“Our goal is to simplify trip planning by helping you quickly find the most useful information and pick up where you left off on any device,” Google said. “We’ll continue to make planning and taking trips easier with Google Maps, Google Search and google.com/travel – so you can get out and enjoy.”