Lucky Patcher tricks Google to find you when you are in search result

Lucky Patchers is a free application that allows you to search by name, address, city, phone number and even location.It has the added benefit of not taking your location data or your search history into account.Google, which is trying to make its own mobile phone tracking app, recently added this feature to its Google Maps…

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Lucky Patchers is a free application that allows you to search by name, address, city, phone number and even location.

It has the added benefit of not taking your location data or your search history into account.

Google, which is trying to make its own mobile phone tracking app, recently added this feature to its Google Maps app, but Lucky Patches is one of the few applications that will let you find you even when you’re in a search result.

The software has also been downloaded more than 200,000 times in India.

Google says it has “thousands of users in India who have been using Lucky Patchies to find their loved ones in search results” and that it has a “significant following of millions of users”.

The application also has an “add-on feature to search your search result for specific results”, and if you search for “sarah”, you will be redirected to “srh” instead of “sarasarah”.

Lucky Patching says that it is not connected to the Google Maps or Android apps.

Lucky Patched is free, but it does cost money to use.

The app works in both English and Hindi, and can be downloaded from the Google Play store for free.

Google has not released a statement on why it removed the feature, but one person who has installed the app on her smartphone says she has found a “really strange result” in Google Maps when she searched for her sister.

“My search results show a result of my sister’s name as a place of origin and her name as the place of residence for a very long time, which makes me very sad,” the user, who did not want to be named, told The Times of India.

The app is not available on Google Play.

Google has not responded to a request for comment from The Times.

It is not clear if the feature is only available in India or if other countries have similar features.

Google did not immediately respond to a question from The Indian Express whether it was working on a similar solution for other markets.

Another person, who asked to remain anonymous, said the app is working as expected.

According to Lucky Patchery, it is also not possible to use the app to find someone who is currently living abroad.