Google multisearch has started supporting queries like [near me] in English for US residents.
Now, using the Lens tool in the Google app, you can take a photo or screenshot of a dish or product you like, add the words “near me” and quickly find the nearest place where you can buy it.
Google hopes that this new way of searching will not only make it easier for users to find what they want, but also help them support nearby stores during the Christmas holidays.
Also in Google mobile search and in applications on Android and iOS, it became possible to search for nearby establishments serving your favorite dishes, says SearchEngines.
For example, you love truffle pasta with cheese, but don’t always know where to find it. It is enough to enter the name of the dish in the search bar, adding after [near me] to see all the nearest places where it is served.
Thanks to a quick search, you can not only find any dish, but also see specific details, such as ingredients, price, customer reviews, and so on.
NIX Solutions reminds that Google’s multisearch will begin to support queries like [near me] and search based on local search results. It became known in May, at the annual conference for Google I/O developers. When the update will be expanded to other countries and languages has not yet been reported.