Google’s Places API arrives for iOS, lets developers add better location features to their apps

Google Places iOS
Google announced today that its Places API for iOS is now out of beta and available to all developers. The service was launched in March for Android, with a beta program for iOS developers. It allows apps to parse location coordinates and display human-readable names of places. The Places API for iOS brings all the features of its Android version, including a drop-in place picker widget, the ability to pull in place names and detailed location info, as well as autocomplete in search and the option for users to add new places. The new iOS API is installable with Cocoapods,…

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