By Anton D. Nagy | June 14, 2011 8:41 AM
If you are using a Google Android powered smartphone and you head over to the Google search page on the internet to access the mobile site you will be granted with a couple of buttons at the bottom of the page.
Google has added a couple of shortcuts to its mobile webpage that are location-aware offering you shortcuts to places that are near your current location. Restaurants, Coffee and Bars will obviously display a list of places around you from those specific categories while the More button will add Fast Food, What’s Nearby, Shops, ATMs, Gas Stations and Attractions. Tapping one will take you to the Places page with a split map/list view of what’s relevant for that specific category. The U.S. page already has the feature roll-out. Does yours have it?