Google Maps Unifies All Searches in One Single Place, Syncs Them With Your Device

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  • 20 Sep 2012
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  • Google just announced an improvement to the Google Maps application, making it more useful through a syncing mechanism. Now the Maps app allows you to better sync the maps experience on all devices. The latest release of the application will give you suggestions for directions and locations that you already searched for.

    The condition is that you have to be signed in to Google Maps and the web history has to be enabled to take advantage of the feature. With it enabled you get search and directions history and you will quickly find directions on the go, even if you just bought a new tablet and theoretically if has no way of knowing where you went before. There’s also a mapping search history so you can remember “that sushi place you were looking for months ago”, if you already forgot its details.

    In order to see the mapping history you need to go to Search or Directions under My places on your Android devices. Places and businesses you already looked up will show up in suggestions and save you time. When you chose to set locations like “Home” or “Work” you can quickly get directions to them by simply typing Home or Work in the search field. Get the new Google Maps from here.

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