Google Makes Mobile Flight Search Easier

The search giant has been experimenting with its flight search to make it simpler and easier to use. In a blog post, Google announced that it has brought more functionality to its mobile version of flight search, introducing some much needed characteristics.

“Since we launched Flight Search back in September, we’ve been hard at work improving the features, increasing coverage and making it easy to find flight results directly from google.com on your desktop. Starting today, we’re also making it easier to find flights departing from the US on your mobile device.”

With a tweaked mobile flight search, whenever you do a text-string search for a flight, such as “flights from San Francisco to Amsterdam in March,” you will receive results that help you customize them directly on the page. Not to forget, you will also get a complete listing of available flights. Instead of moving to somewhere else, you will now able to change dates straight from the results screen.

Certainly, Google has done something extremely well with its mobile flight search. Now Google app is right in line with other famous travel booking applications, including Hipmunk and Kayak. The search giant’s acquisition of ITA is another breakthrough in this regard, as several options has been opened for the search giant to experiment with.

All Google need is to make certain that it is enthralling users with features.

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