By now you’ve probably heard that Microsoft’s Office 365 service, Microsoft Trip Planner, is coming to the Google App Store, and Microsoft is planning to add a new travel planner for Windows 10, Windows Phone, and other mobile platforms.
Microsoft Trip Planning is one of the best ways to get around Microsoft’s online calendar, which has a lot of built-in functions like scheduling appointments, finding dates, and more.
The app can be used on PCs, Macs, and Android phones, and it can be set up to sync to Microsoft’s own calendar.
But for Microsoft, it’s only a part of its 365 plan.
Microsoft is also adding the ability to add your own travel itineraries to its existing calendar, though it won’t be available until later this year.
Microsoft’s Trip Planer for Windows Phone is currently available in the Microsoft Store, but Google has confirmed that Microsoft is also planning to bring Trip Planter for Windows 8 to its App Store in the coming months.
Microsoft’s TripPlanner for Windows RT, the successor to its Office 365 Calendar, will also be coming to Google’s App Store soon.
It will replace the Office 365 calendar app for Windows devices, which Microsoft also discontinued in 2017.
It’ll be available as a free trial from April 21, 2019, or as an upgrade from $9.99 for 12 months from April 27, 2020.