jueves, 22 de septiembre de 2011

Google Travel (Flights)

Recently Google released their Flight-Search service, we think that is the biggest beta version EVER.
Yes, google has the best results and a lot of engineering to make the best things but today we have a lot of services with more "experience" and much better results.

Has a very simple interface (good point) like all the other google's products; If you wanna go from Washington to San Francisco you just have to "say it to google" and the service will return the cheapest day.
At this moment small cities and outside the US is not available  ...

Let's wait some time to see if this products turns on or follows the same way of "Google Wave".

Comment, please.

19 comentarios:

  1. Interesting I guess it's Google trying to branch out. I live outside US so I guess this is irrelevant.

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  2. i don't know what i'd do without google

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  3. Wow, sounds interesting! I've been using bing travel with great results. Hopefully google will be even better.

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  4. I guess it will take a while until it gets to my country. But it sure is interesting.

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  5. Anytime that Google releases a service, it will be the most popular.

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  6. Geez, Google does everything. How long til they rule the world lol

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  7. I think google has missed the mark on this.
    +followed

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  9. Thanks for the information! Was really helpful! Keep up the great blog work!

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  10. One of these days, when Google has its vice-grip on the world complete, it'll turn on us. Just wait!

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  11. hmmm, google's getting involved with everything, huh? +followed

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  12. i think google did this because they need more money... ;)

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  13. airlines always lose money, I salute Google in this endeavor!

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  14. Of course google can always get better. But i love it anyhow.

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  15. i think these guys are right, google is going to own our asses :)

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  16. Google trying to make a buck in another field, huh? I'm not surprised.

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