You can now create a geotrigger rule by providing an address instead of a latitude/longitude.
For example, instead of a coordinate (45.5233, -122.6816), you can just provide "Powell's Books, Portland, Oregon".
The Geoloqi API now enriches place information with the city, state and country of the coordinates. For example, if someone enters a geotrigger anywhere in the world, the Geoloqi API now sends the city name in the request instead of just the coordinates. This is accessible via the location/context call.
You can read more about how to use the new Geocoding features on our Geocoding documentation page.