Google Maps Rolling Out On-Screen Speedometer in Driving Navigation to Some Regions

Google Maps Rolling Out On-Screen Speedometer in Driving Navigation to Some Regions

Google Maps has progressively improved its capacities to the point where it’s currently considered by numerous individuals to be the best maps and route administration accessible. Introduced as a matter of course on most Android cell phones, Google Maps got a major lift with Google’s procurement of Waze, a comparative GPS route programming, in 2013. The administration has now apparently included a well known Waze highlight – the on-screen speedometer. The element is said to take off as a server-side update in different areas. And will gradually make it to all Google Maps clients.

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As indicated by a report by Android Police, the on-screen speedometer. Highlight is presently taking off bit by bit in different markets. A few clients in different districts including the US, UK, and parts of Europe, South America, and Asia are seeing the component. While we haven’t had the option to affirm it yet, all things considered. This is a moderate server-side take off and the speedometer highlight will be accessible to everybody soon.

To empower the element (if accessible), clients can tap the menu catch inside the Google Maps application, at that point tap Settings > Navigation Settings, at that point look down to driving choices and empower the Speedometer setting if obvious. On the off chance that you can’t see this alternative yet. It implies that the element has not yet taken off for your gadget. In the event that you can empower it, you’ll at that point see the speedometer on-screen while exploring in Google Maps.

The application can likewise caution you on the off chance. That you are surpassing as far as possible any place you are driving. Notwithstanding giving clients a chance to report street dangers, mishaps, and speed traps in transit. Google Maps likewise as of late taken off uncommon suburbanite highlights for clients in India. Including ongoing transport travel data and live train status.

 

 

 

 

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