It might appear in bits and bobs, but Google is regularly introducing new attributes to its navigation mobile app. Google Maps will now retain you in the loop about neighborhood organizations and dining places, allows you share your ETA with good friends by using third-occasion apps, and now comes with improved operation on Apple CarPlay.
What it lacked was the capability for people to report mishaps and speeds traps. Even though incident reporting was rolled out to people in other regions in July, it’s now staying brought Down Less than.
Ausdroid has claimed that people in Australia can now report mishaps and speed digital camera spots on Google Maps, which will include an icon to signify both a crash or a speed trap.
To use the feature, people need to tap on the ‘+’ within a speech bubble obvious at the bottom still left corner of the navigation display screen. This will bring up an ‘Add a report’ menu with the possibilities of introducing both a crash incident or a speed trap.
It is a useful feature to have, even though no-just one on TechRadar’s Australian group has noticed the update but, both on Android or iOS. It is possible that the interactive feature is at this time staying rolled out to Aussie people and we really should see it in the coming days.
Nonetheless, Ausdroid also reports that introducing an incident report or a speed digital camera locale doesn’t display screen the icons for other people, so we might have to hold out for far more people to start registering the incidents for the feature to operate.