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Google Maps is prepping a new “Dock to bottom” feature on desktop that pins your most visited locations and businesses to the bottom of the screen.

Currently, the Google Maps desktop client and mobile app rely on a single information panel, which makes any form of meaningful comparison between several different locations a cumbersome task. Fortunately, that could now be set to change for the better.

Google Maps ‘Dock to bottom’ feature for desktop

(Image credit: Search Engine Roundtable)

First spotted by the folks over at Search Engine Roundtable (via XDA Developers), Google is reportedly working on a new “Dock to bottom” button that attaches locations and companies you’ve visited to a new dock area at the bottom of the screen.

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