Thursday, July 23, 2015

And every move you make.
In case you've ever wanted a comprehensive log of every step you've taken
in the last day, week, month or year, Google now has you covered. The
search giant has announced a new feature for Google Maps called "Your
Timeline," which meticulously tracks and records the locations you travel
with your smartphone. Pictures stored in Google Photos will also show up on
the day and location they were taken. The log could be useful for
recalling a museum you visited on a vacation or a bar you stumbled into during
a night out on the town, Google says in a blog post. It's also easy to
imagine way more awful ways this data could be used, but the feature is
private and visible only to each specific user. Your Timeline will be
available on Android and desktop to users who have opted in to share their
location history with Google (enabling this setting also improves Google Now,
the company's context-sensitive digital assistant). Visit this page to
toggle the setting on or off. This article originally appeared on Time.
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Kids on a Cruise Through Chilean Patagonia—For Free In case you've
ever wanted a comprehensive log of every step you've taken in the last day,
week, month or year, Google now has you covered. The search giant has
announced a new feature for Google Maps called "Your Timeline," which
meticulously tracks and records the locations you travel with your smartphone.
Pictures stored in Google Photos will also show up on the day and location
they were taken.

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