Main entry point for the Google Place Detection API.
The Place Detection API provides quick access to the device's current place, and offers the opportunity to report the location of the device at a particular place (like a check in).
Some methods of the PlaceDetectionClient are subject to a quota limit, as mentioned in the description of the methods concerned.
Public Method Summary
Inherited Method Summary
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public Task<PlaceLikelihoodBufferResponse> getCurrentPlace (PlaceFilter filter)
Returns an estimate of the place where the device is currently known to be located.
Generates a PlaceLikelihoodBufferResponse based on the device's last estimated location. Only places which match the given filter will be returned. If the filter requests only coarse place types, results may be obtained at lower latency and power cost, especially over repeated calls.
The returned values may be obtained by means of a network lookup. The results are a best guess and are not guaranteed to be meaningful or correct.
This API requires the calling application to have the
Access to this method is subject to quota restrictions.
Be sure to call
release() when finished with the
|filter||filtering criteria for the results. If the filter is null, then default filtering
parameters are used (see
- the PlaceLikelihoodBufferResponse, which may be empty if the place or location is not known or does not match the filtering criteria.
public Task<Void> reportDeviceAtPlace (PlaceReport report)
This method is deprecated.
The reportDeviceAtPlace method is deprecated and is not included in the new Places SDK. In the Compat library it will continue to be exposed indefinitely, as a no-op that will always succeed for backwards-compatibility.
Reports that the device is currently at a particular place.
|report||to be uploaded to the server.|