In recent years, Google has doubled its efforts to upgrade its Google Maps navigation software with new tools. Still in the testing phase, the latter is for drivers.
It is a function that informs about accidents and speed control, and then uses public data to create more effective routes for other drivers or alert them to the approaching threats.
Android Police has been reporting news for a few months, but has now started appearing on certain users on Google Maps.
If you are one of them, on the bottom left of the screen, in the dialog box, you will see a new message button labeled "+".
To activate it, tap it and add information so that other users can find out about cases that could prevent normal traffic.
It is surprising that this feature has recently debuted Maps, as one of Waze's successful operation keys – a navigation application that Google purchased in 2013.
In the event that the trial version is useful for the functionality of Google Maps and is popular among users, we can expect this feature to be expanded shortly for everyone.
However, as with all tests, there is no guarantee that the next update will display error messages or speed traps.
Google seems to have been busy ever before adding a number of new features to Maps.
In the last month, the "Follow" button was added to the Android version so you can track your favorite businesses and be the first to hear about things like special deals and pending events.
The iPhone also includes real-time travel tracking (Android already exists) as well as better navigation for less stressed trips, reviews to help users where to eat, and location of electric vehicle charging stations.