In a move that makes Google look like a giant, the search giant is now offering its search algorithm to people using Google Maps.

Elevated is a search function that helps you find things by elevating your search results.

That means that Elevated searches can now also help you find places you’ve never heard of.

Elevate search is available in a number of Google Maps products.

Google Maps now has the ability to search for places on Google Maps, which allows people to navigate with Google Maps in a way that is more personalized than when they are using Google Street View.

This is great for those looking for things that are currently out of reach or things that they just don’t know about yet.

The new feature can be activated by tapping on the Elevated icon in the navigation bar of Google’s Maps app.

For example, you can search for “houston”, and then you can choose to search “Houston, Texas.”

Once you’re done, you’ll see a list of places in your area.

Elevation searches can also be activated via a simple button that you can see at the top of the navigation.

The feature is available on all maps on Google’s maps service.

You can also activate the feature using the Google search bar at the bottom of your navigation bar.

For a more detailed explanation of how to activate the Elevation feature, check out our detailed guide.