JetPac helps in finding places of interest in your immediate vicinity, one can search for very specific terms and JetPac will turn back relevant results. The app can also search through Facebook photos of your friends, places they have visited and where they had unlimited fun.

Instead of showing boring family photographs, it shows pictures that help make your mind up whether travelling to that place is worth it or not.

Search for an Irish Pub in the area and JetPac will search through images shared on social networks to deliver results. The app had also acquired smile recognition smarts and can tell users how happy people are at a given city.

This all about the app, but what Google had planned to do with the app, especially as the app itself will cease to exist post the takeover. Possibly it could be used in Google+, where a ton of new photo-related features have recently been added.

Another area where JetPac’s algorithm could be put to use is in search results for Google Now and Google Maps, especially when it comes to nearby places of interest that would align with the users’ interests. Google Now already shows you a bunch of interesting places near your hotel when travelling, and while recently Niantic Labs’ Field Trip app was integrated with Google Now for enhanced travel features within the app.

Google Maps could also possibly see some JetPac integration as users already see a list of photographs taken around a particular location in Maps.

The applications within Google’s ecosystem are plenty, but it remains to be seen exactly what the company does with JetPac, which is yet another eye-popping acquisition this year.