Google announced several new features at its Google I/O Developer Conference. One of the most exciting updates is coming to Google Maps, making the navigation app even more helpful.
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Google Maps will get 150K bike lanes. It will soon help you take the most fuel-efficient route.
Maps users will be able to compare car, biking, public transit, and other travel options in one place instead of toggling between different sections in the coming months.
Google Maps will let users draw a new or missing road, change the direction or even delete a route that no longer exists.
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Google Maps is also expanding the ability to pay for public transportation fares by collaborating with more than 80 agencies worldwide.
Aside from opening its infrastructure, Google is also pledging $150 million to promote vaccine education and ensure equitable distribution.
Busyness information will now be shown directly on Google Maps without even searching for a place, and while on the move as well.
If performing a web search sounds like a hassle, a simple “Hey Google, where do I vote?” voice query will be enough to get you started.
Live View can now be started from the transit tab too, while Location Sharing with Live View enabled is coming to non-Pixel devices as well.
Google Maps COVID layer will show a 7-day average of new COVID cases per 100,000 people in an area, and if the numbers are going up or down.
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The Google Maps app is now available, once again for download in your Apple Watch, and a new Apple One bundle service may be on its way
Google Maps and Search will show users the real-time wildfire map, name and location of the affected area and resources from local emergency agencies.
Google Maps will soon show the accurate shape and width of a road to scale, the exact layout of sidewalks, crosswalks, and pedestrian islands as well.
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The attribute is identifiable by a round icon with three rust-toned lines running diagonally across it and a black heart in the middle.
In Google Maps, users can now see COVID-19 restrictions and resulting transport disruptions, guidelines for medical facilities, and a station's crowdedness.
Plus Codes are six-digit codes derived from the latitude and longtitude coordinates of your current location, and act as a global digital address.
Tapping on either tag will pull up a list of restaurants that let you order a takeout and joints that will deliver to your doorstep.
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A recent teardown of Google Maps v10.31.0 beta reveals that the company is planning on adding another layer to the application, called "Lighting".
Google is celebrating World Sight Day by updating its Maps application and adding features aimed to help legally blind and vision impaired users.