Fill Me Up is a free Windows Phone application developed at Microsoft Research that does local searches based on a prediction of where you’re going. The application supports targeted, local searches for conveniently located coffee shops, fast food, ATMs, gas stations, and electric vehicle charging stations. It uses an innovative, cloud-based location prediction service that predicts your destination as you drive. The service uses your recent locations, but does not store them.
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