Ever since Google Now became a thing, I’ve used the hell out of Google search on my phone. Need to find a gas station? “Ok Google, where’s the closest gas station?” Trying to find someplace I’ve never been before? “OK Google, navigate to <address>.” You know, common stuff that just makes sense.
Now, Google is making it easier to find a restaurant near you, which includes a new “filter” option that lets the user define certain criteria, like price, rating, hours, and type of cuisine.
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Google Search Now Makes It Even Easier To Find The Right Restaurant In Your Price Range And Area was written by the awesome team at Android Police.