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Yahoo launches new travel assistant application Yahoo Radar
Yahoo Inc. launched a new application for travel assistant directed to any system or feed iOS called Yahoo Radar Radar Yahoo , the new application helps users in planning for the next trip.
The new application possibilities between research and communicate your content Yahoo company collects to help the user in the search for the next destination, as the application collects information from multiple sources including the user’s e-Alorad.
The application is described as travel Default directory, so that it uses artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to bring the user to the best recommendations and suggestions for restaurants and activities and areas that supposedly had on the trip.
And allow the current version of the application for the user to conduct research only and do not currently allow for the possibility of booking flights or accommodation or linking it with other third-party applications.
The need to use the application to the presence of Yahoo account, the application is based after the ratification scans the user’s Yahoo Mail Box procedure to find the possibility of a future trip.
The user can, in the absence of any plans to left to come, the demand of the application send an alert when the emergence of any book in its own e-mail.
The user can let the application synchronizes the information in another e-mail, such as Gmail, Hotmail and Outlook accounts to search for any details on the left to come.
The use interface Yahoo radar similar application to send and receive text messages with friends or use messaging service, and the user can ask the application to provide him with information on tourist attractions and places to eat near it or in any city in the United States.
The application to withdraw content from TripAdvisor and Yelp service and other services, to ensure the presence of multiple sources and quality, and supports access to recommendations on techniques of machine learning and artificial intelligence to figure out what the user wants to do and what are his or her preferences.
The application is available for any system or ABS, and cities within the United States, and there is no company currently plans to work on an ad hoc system Android version, with the possibility to change this in the future.Viewing:-121
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