Google has been quietly pushing a feature to its Android app that allows users to search and find GPS coordinates, but it’s not available for use yet.
The feature, which is called “gps lookup” and is available in the Google Maps app, will be added to the new version of Android for phones, tablets and computers.
The new feature is being developed by Google’s Location Services team, but not yet officially announced by the company.
Google’s mobile team, meanwhile, has released a new version for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6, which has a number of changes to the way it searches for and displays coordinates.
Google Maps on Nexus devices now displays the coordinates for each location you enter, which can be used to locate a specific location by pointing to a Google Maps map.
In the new app, Google will also provide the current location, the nearest Google Maps server, the GPS speed and other info about a location.
Google also says it will include a feature that will let you view the time in which you are in a given location and how long you have been there.
It’s not clear how the feature will work with a mobile device or if it will work in the new Android operating system.
A Google spokesperson told The Verge that the company is not working on the feature yet.
“We’re excited to add the feature to Google Maps for phones and tablets,” the spokesperson said.
Google has not released any official details about how the new feature will be implemented, but the company has been working on it for some time.
“GPS lookup is Google’s latest in-house solution to help people find their way around the world by pointing at Google Maps and getting precise location data that can help them navigate and plan their trip,” a spokesperson for Google said in a statement.
“For the first time, you can use the new Google Maps interface to search for your location, and get GPS directions for any location.”
The spokesperson added that “gpx lookup is available now in Google Maps, so if you’re looking for directions or a local restaurant, you won’t need to download an app to find them.”
Google Maps can now search for a specific GPS location using Google’s new location search feature.
This will include all Google Maps locations, and not just the local one.
You can search for all locations in a location and get a list of nearby locations, like the one shown in the above image.
Google says it is working on adding new Google maps locations to the Android operating platform, but has not yet announced any plans to implement it yet.
Users of the Google mobile app will also get a new feature called “Gravity” that can be activated in the Maps app.
It will allow you to zoom in on a location to get more detailed information about it.
Google is not the first mobile company to include Google Maps functionality in its Android apps.
In February, Facebook launched a feature called Location Suggest, which let users search for and find nearby friends in their Facebook groups.
In May, Google announced that it was working on a similar feature, called Location History, which will allow users to track their location history from their Google accounts.
The Google Maps feature has been a long-time priority for Google, and the company’s mobile division has been heavily focused on the project.
The company has a long history of investing heavily in mobile products and services, and has also been working to develop a number more services and apps.
Google announced in May that it had launched its new Google Now service for Android, which includes voice-activated voice search, maps and other data-based services.