You also can ask Google Now what a building is, when it was built and other historical information about a given building. Say you're in a museum and can't remember the name of it. Simply ask Google Now, "What is this museum?" Google will produce an answer in seconds with additional information about the museum you're standing in.
Google staff announced the launch of the update quietly during an event in France. According to reports on websites like reddit, it's already activated and ready to go for Google users in the United States.
Development of voice command and location services has been the topic of debate for years and it's going to get even more heated with this new feature by Google. Location Aware Search can be incredibly helpful but users can feel like their online privacy is even more invaded than usual.
What do you think? Is this Google feature too much or just enough? I want to know what you think about Location Aware Search so leave me a note below in the comments section.