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Every Move You Make, Google Maps Will Be Watching You

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Julie Greenberg, WIRED
(Wired.com) — If you don’t like to broadcast where you’ve been by “checking in” on social media but still want to remember the places you’ve visited, Google Maps can now help.

The company announced this week that it will be rolling out a new feature, “Your Timeline,” that lets users see the IRL places they’ve visited arranged by day, month, and year. The timeline will allow you to revisit the exact path you may have taken on a lazy Sunday stroll, the stops you made on a trip to Rome, or the take-out restaurant you frequent after hitting the gym.

 

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