Google Flights notifies you for cheaper flight deals
Just in time for the holidays, get the best deals just by waiting for Google to notify you about the best deals you can have for your trip. Sounds great.
Google is not only taking control of your mobile device with its new Assistant but also giving you some awesome new deals as soon as it shows up.
Yes, Google’s built-in flight searching tool just got some useful improvements with its price notifications. It basically gives you a push notifications to alert you of upcoming low price deal to the place you might spend the holidays in. It is looking for some ticket prices that might be useful on your future travel plans. If it sees something nice for you, it gives you a card telling you when the fare rate expires or how much you will be able to save by booking earlier or at any right time. If you still want to wait to purchase the ticket, you can track the flight or route and receive notifications about fare increases.
Google sources the information from historic data on flight costs, so it won’t be entirely accurate all of the time. However, it does offer a useful resource when trying to save a few bucks on flights during high-demand times of the year or when planning a trip far in advance. The company is also making an effort to improve Google Flights for mobile users, as it’s chosen to leave the feature as a part of the mobile web and not break it out as a standalone app. So you’ll be able to save and track flights from your phone, so long as you’re signed into your Google account on Chrome.