Instagramming your food could get you in legal trouble in Germany, but this doesn’t seem to bother Google. The technology giant wants in fact to encourage foodies from around the world to submit their #foodporn in an exciting new feature coming straight to its Maps app.
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According to Android Police, Google will be attaching food images to specific venues on their Google Maps location. This feature will be available for Android users who classify as “level 3 local guides“, meaning having written more than 50 reviews.
The feature will have a simple intuitive functionality. Each time users snap a photo of their meal, they will get a notification on their phone prompting them to upload the photo on Google maps. The notification will appear when photos are taken on bars, restaurants or places Google considers to be of importance.
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