This local and direct querying of people around you is born out of how "it's getting harder to get good answers to these questions because cities keep changing".
People nearby often have the exact information you need, but they're too busy these days to stop and chat on the street or in the park. That's why we built Neighbourly, a neighbourhood app that helps you ask your neighbours questions, share local expertise, and keep up with your neighbourhood. Using Google's voice recognition, you can speak your question or answer into the app, just like talking to a neighbour. One of those promises is that you'll flag any inappropriate posts, which is meant to keep everyone on-topic. You can ask typical local questions like the best saloon in a locality, about a doctor, a cinema hall, etc. Asking and answering questions helps you earn points and you can become the "Top Neighbour" in your neighbourhood. Browse, ask and answer questions without sharing all of your personal information.
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The app requires users to own any Android 4.3 or newer, and Google is taking extra steps to ensure the app does not get flooded with promotional messages or spam. As a result, the app now supports English and eight Indian languages.
The Q&A app is called Neighbourly.
What do you think of Google Neighbourly? Personal details like phone number, full name, and other contact information are kept private when you use Neighbourly, informed Google. With Neighbourly, we're finding new ways to move forward on Google's mission to organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. In our research, we've found that most of life happens within a 1km radius of where you live, so we wanted to create a new experience for neighbours to benefit from the collective knowledge inside their neighbourhoods. "If you're in a different city, join the waitlist", Google India tweeted.
Further down the line, Woodward said that Google could add business accounts and integrate other Google services into Neighbourly, but for now the sink-or-swim challenge is to make an impact.