Google Maps’ newest beta introduces a brand new menu entry known as ‘Experience Companies’ within the settings of the app, as per a report. This setting will assist get extra correct fare, by sending route info from Maps to the ride-sharing firm. Uber appears to be the one supported associate on this trip companies setting, however this will differ throughout areas and because the app develops additional. The most recent beta brings the app as much as model 10.56.0.
The brand new Experience Companies menu entry on Google Maps was first reported by Android Police. The characteristic, out there in beta model 10.56.0 of the app, should be in improvement phases, because the report talked about that there weren’t any variations in costs when evaluating ride-sharing outcomes earlier than and after activating the choice. The value vary was nonetheless massive and never particular.
Citing tipsters, the report famous that the most recent beta model of Google Maps has additionally added constructing numbers and crosswalk markings for them. This might be part of a server-side change out there for restricted cities that might roll out on earlier variations of Maps, for some. Screenshots within the report present which you could spot the constructing numbers and crosswalk markings by zooming in on streets in cities similar to New York.
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In the meantime, Google Maps has introduced a brand new neighborhood feed within the Discover tab of the app that brings the most recent critiques, photographs, and posts of occasions and locations close to you, that are supplied by individuals and companies you comply with. The neighborhood feed goals to make it simpler to find issues to do and locations to go in a specific space. It takes under consideration your pursuits and presents you content material tailor-made to it. The brand new characteristic is rolling out globally to Android and iOS gadgets.
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