Google Maps Stories Yesterday

Back in March, Google widely rolled out speed trap and accident reports in Maps for Android. The service today is adding more types of incident reporting while bringing the popular feature to iOS.

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Google Maps Stories October 10

As part of World Sight Day, Google Maps is improving walking directions for people with visual impairments. The Google service can now offer more detailed voice guidance and new types of verbal announcements.

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Google Maps Stories October 7

Android Auto just went through a huge redesign and, following that, an update to Google Maps on the platform rolled out as well. Now, we’re seeing a slight tweak to the Google Maps interface on Android Auto hit some users with a logo in place and more.

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Google Maps Stories October 2

After testing the feature with some users in beta, Google has today announced that incognito mode for Maps will start rolling out to Android and iOS users in the next few weeks.

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Google Maps Stories September 23

Android Auto is one of the best ways to interact with your multimedia and navigation details while driving. However, some of its apps often end up behind in terms of features. One example of that is Google Maps, which picked up handy reporting features over six months ago that still haven’t come to Android Auto.

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Google Maps Stories September 19

Google Maps is testing its incognito mode with some users now

Announced back at Google I/O, some users are now getting early access to an incognito mode for Google Maps on Android that hides your data when you don’t want it stored.

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