Google Maps is the app to use to navigate the world more natural and faster. There are over 220 countries and regions mapped, and in them, you can find millions of places and businesses. You will benefit from GPS navigation in real time, transit info and finding out places close to you to know where to drink or eat, regardless of where you find yourself.
Arrive faster with updates in real time
Real-time estimates and traffic conditions will provide you with ways of beating traffic. Transit info will allow you to catch your ride-share, bus or train on time. Speaking of time, you will be able of saving some with automatic rerouting that is based on incidents, road closures, and live traffic.
Discover places around you
Activities that matter to you, events or restaurants be easier to find near your location. The areas you care about will show you the new places popping up or what is currently trending. “Your match” is a feature that will show you which places you will possibly like, enabling you to decide easier.
By sharing a short list of options and real time voting will make group planning easier. Create lists of the places you like the most and share them with your friends. Local experts, publishers, and Google will let you know which are the must-try places in your area.
Google Maps 10.2.1 features offline maps, meaning that you will search and navigate a specific region even if you don’t have an internet connection. Street view and indoor imagery will show you how shops, museum or restaurants look like.
Big places like stadiums, airports or malls come with indoor maps to find your way quicker. The latest version lets you know where to find EV charging stations so you can charge your electric car.
Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.