Google Maps recently unveiled three new upgrades that will delight Apple users. Google Maps for iOS received an update last week that will make your commute much smoother. The three new features are improved location sharing, retrieving more detailed information, and giving your eyes a break when they really need it. The first feature lets users share their current location within the iMessage application. So, instead of saying, “Be there in five minutes,” for 20 minutes directly, if you are sending a friend when you meet them, it may be normal. To use this function, open iMessage and touch the Google Maps icon. His position was instantly divided for an hour.
The second part gives you the most important travel information you need as quickly as possible. The new “Nearby Tracker” widget shows live traffic conditions in your location, so you do not need to sweat to delay an appointment, school, work, or any place you go to because you can see it all with you kan kan. kokan. In addition, you can search Google Maps directly from the Google Maps widget, so finding the best restaurant to eat in your area is as easy as tapping. To install one of these widgets, touch and hold a widget or an empty area on your home screen until your applications jiggle. Then, click the “+” button in the upper left corner, locate and click the Google Maps application, swipe to select the desired widget, tap Add Widget, click Done, and voila – new widget to make your life a little easier.
And in a nutshell, if you experience screen fatigue, low battery, or just want to make your phone look a little darker and more novel, you can soon switch to dark mode on Google Maps, much like can be done with other apps and through your iOS system. To turn it on, go to your Settings, tap in black mode, then select, “On.” Black mode will be out to users in the coming weeks.