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The new Google Maps upgrade brings the hashtags to reviews

Google Maps has made a new upgrade that includes a feature, which is no more than adding hashtags to reviews! This move seems to make corporate ratings more attractive and useful.

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Google Maps seems to have borrowed hashtags from other social media such as Facebook and Twitter, in line with the recent upgrade. A week ago, they were given the opportunity Android users can add up to five hashtags at the end of their ratings. In addition, this move can also be made for criticism of the past. As for users with iOS devices, there is no newer announcement as to whether they will also acquire that particular privilege in a short period of time.

Now, Google Maps has greatly helped users locate sites they want based on specific hashtags such as #datenights, #familyfriendly, #wheelchairaccessible places, and much more. Specify that some hashtags, such as #love and #food, will not be useful as they have a pretty general meaning. For example, try using hashtags like #vegeterian for restaurants, #goodforselfies for good views, and so on. The results will surely be enough! The company has confirmed that hashtags support has already become popular worldwide for Android devices.

The latest feature in Google Maps is another smart addition along with all the previous ones on the navigation platform. The app has already added a new one feature message for business communication, while a recent upgrade introduced a new "Follow button", Which keeps users informed about news and other information from specific businesses.

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