Google still has a hard time helping users discern between all the points of interest that the search giant puts at their fingertips, but simple interface changes bring this one step closer.
Google has shipped a nice little tweak to how it displays its detailed local information results for places on the mobile web. With the new interface, you can search for a place locally, view the details of it, then flick through the list of local results similar to it with a simple swipe.
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