Google Maps "What's here" - Locaton specific info

Google Maps added a right-click menu "What's here?", that give you the most relevant result representing that location, whether it's a specific address, a natural entity, or a place name. This feature takes into account the zoom level you're looking at, and gives you the most appropriate geographical entity at that point. Additionally, by combining this with the "At this […]

Google Maps added a right-click menu "What's here?", that give you the most relevant result representing that location, whether it's a specific address, a natural entity, or a place name. This feature takes into account the zoom level you're looking at, and gives you the most appropriate geographical entity at that point. Additionally, by combining this with the "At this address" feature that you may have seen in the left-hand panel, you can also see a list of the businesses located at that place. In the technical world, this feature is known as "reverse geocoding".

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