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Search Suggest Comes to Google Maps

Posted by TeamITI on April 22, 2010

Google Suggest — the often amusing auto-suggest feature in search boxes — has made its way to Google Maps today.

Previously only available in Germany, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, the feature is now available on 10 new domains — including the U.S. and the U.K — and in eight new languages.

Now as you type out your Google Maps queries, Google will automatically suggest the places, businesses and points of interest that are relevant to who you are, where you’re searching and how zoomed into the map you are. It’s a more personalized experience that is designed to help you find your desired destination faster.

In practice, the Suggest for Google Maps feature proved to be extremely handy and should be a welcome addition to your Google Maps experience. Maps users in Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, the United States or the United Kingdom can start using Suggest immediately.

This article is published by Mashable, read the original article here.


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