Report: Google testing service for the exchange of personal belongings




Report: Google testing service for the exchange of personal belongings
Offers “Google of Maine” organizing and sharing purposes and personal belongings among friends

New report published by Google Operating System specialist monitoring services company Google, said the company tested internally a new service called Google Mine designed to help users in the exchange of personal belongings and the purposes of their own, such as books, clothes and music discs, in addition to loan cars and bikes and tools between friends.

According to the site, the service is closely linked to the social network Google + Google and will be available as an application for Android-based phones in addition to availability on the Web. The service allows the user registration and classification purposes in the lists, and writing reviews about them, and share those lists with friends who can see it, and asked to borrow. The user can also specify the things you want to or not wants بإعارتها, and determine the things that you wanted to give up and give it to others without charge.

The report pointed out that the service includes a feature that allows the user to include three-dimensional forms that allows users to preview other purposes, but did not report illustrates how the application will allow the possibility of taking such pictures and be included in the service.

The site published a picture leaked said it obtained, include an explanation about the service Google Mine, said in a brief explanation that the service allows the user to post his belongings with friends, and find out belongings by the Friends share, with the possibility of writing reviews and raise their own photos.
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