Meow Me Now

Friday, April 1, 2011 | 12:21 PM

Search using your location is extremely helpful while on the go. Today, we’re excited to announce Meow Me Now, a new feature that lets you find the kittens that are near you. You can find kittens either by searching for [kittens] on google.com on your Android or iOS device, or by using the Near Me Now drop-down feature on the Google homepage.




Voice search to locate nearby kittens will also work on Android devices, and iOS devices with the Google Search App, so try meowing into your phone to find the kittens near you.

Posted by Yusuke Tabata, cat herder

17 comments:

Matt said...

Just remember, don't Meow Me Now while driving. The results could be disastrously adorable.

Andrew said...

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Andrew said...

A dream come true. Kitty on!

T3DV0L70L1N4 said...

This will be useful in my quest to stomp on all kittens.

Felipe said...

LOL!

jb said...

There are obvious privacy implications for this new technology. Consider removing your cat's collar before letting it out of the house.

Bryan Z said...

Meow you know why I had to comment on this. No one here referenced Super Troopers yet. Meow you should all be ashamed of yourselves. Stop laughing right meow! You've been warned. Meow carry on.

smokey said...

Hmm, so many kittens, yet so few recipes!!

Neil said...

I was fooled...

Stu said...

soooooo it doesnt work in canada.... booooo

rilcoo said...

Fresh Road Kill...Yum,Yum!!!

Willen said...

@Stu,

Hahaha.. yeah.. it doesn't work in Canada.. that's so bad... :)

Joel McMinn said...

I held my NEXUS S to my black-lab's mouth while growling, and was amazed to see cats all over the neighborhood running for cover!! Great ap - love those hidden secrets

م. اكتيو said...

a similar technology could be used to find and kill mice!

Jessica M. (Arwym) said...

I love you, Google! *purrs*

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