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Learn from Waze Navigation Applications: Google Maps will have some practical updates

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2019/9/7 11:40:07     readed:69

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Event reporting tools on Waze are an important reason why Google's navigation app is so popular. Based on this, the company decided to extend it to map applications to cover road condition reporting information such as traffic accidents or speed limits, and to support more types of event notifications in the future.

After an in-depth view of the code for Google Maps 10.25.24,xda-developersIt is found that it has supported lane closure, obstacles, accident vehicles, and even road repair tips and other information.

By introducing these real-time road condition information, navigation applications can help users greatly reduce commuting events and allow drivers to switch routes in a timely manner to deal with any possible problems.

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If you like to use Google Maps to assist in daily public transport travel, it also adds another great feature, that is, to preserve user preferences for public transport.

Android PoliceIt is pointed out that the transfer label has been added to the menu of Google Maps, where you can find a shortcut with star labels to quickly access all public transport modes.

The saved routes and timetables also support instant access, which means that users do not need to perform repeated searches on the same lines every day.

Finally, Google is improving the notification display of its map application to improve its experience and reduce confusion. Notifications are now grouped into six categories, three fewer than before, and users can deploy each type of notification separately.

It is reported that Google has already launched it to some users.The serverUsers using the 10.24 beta version may see a new notification menu.

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