Google is committed to improving the Google Maps experience on all available application platforms, followed by iOS.
The iPhone version of Google Maps has recently been updated to support bug reporting, allowing users to provide reports on crashes, speed traps, and dropped traffic.
The feature debuted on Android earlier this year, and Google stated that “it has become one of our most popular features on Android”, so it was natural to introduce it to iOS.
Community-based traffic reporting is an essential feature to support another navigation application owned by Google. Waze, known as a “traffic navigation app”, uses information submitted by users to avoid traffic congestion. Reports include police, road construction, and other dangers, and drivers must be alerted before driving to a new destination.
Does not support Android Auto
Google obviously wants to make Google Maps more Waze-like, so today’s second update involves a wider range of event reporting options on Android and iOS.
“We are introducing the ability to report four new types of events, which are buildings, closed lanes, disabled vehicles, and objects on the road (such as debris) so you can quickly know if you will encounter these potential One of the obstacles rides and plans accordingly. To report an incident, just click the + sign and then click “Add Report,” Google explained.
The second update is now available on Android and iOS.
On the other hand, it is important to know that the error reporting feature is only available in mobile applications, and Android Auto and CarPlay are not currently supported. Most likely, it’s only a matter of time before you can send a report from the car navigation screen, but at this time Google has not provided us with any estimated time of arrival in this update.
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