The folks over at Google are, once again, offering improved services for mobile phones – this time its Local Search for Mobile, which has been updated with some pretty nice features.
Local Search for Mobile now integrates Google Maps – this means that you can use Google Maps on your PC to search, for example, a place to visit; if you star that place, you’ll be able to see it on your phone once you’ve logged in your Google account.
To enjoy the new features of Google Local Search for Mobile, simply click on the Local tab on google.com, or visit www.google.com/m/local. Note that, for the moment, the new Local Search for Mobile is available only in the US and China.
The video below should give you a better idea of how Google Local Search for Mobile can help you:
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