There are over 100 million physical property addresses in the United States. When I don’t know where one is located (which is most of them) I used to copy and paste it into Google Maps to take a look at a map. Take for instance this calendar invite for RSA Conference which we are sponsoring next week as part of the Early Stage Expo:
I used to copy and past the location information into Google every time I was going some place new.
Now, after connecting Polarity to Google Maps, Polarity recognizes the property address and automatically overlays an interactive map.
It does not matter what application I am using, if there is an address on the screen, I get a map. Here is another example, maybe I am checking out a restaurant for the first time and they have their address on their website:
Here is a short video showing the above examples:
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