Google Maps helps a lot of people to navigate the world in an easier and faster way. The app manages over 220 countries and territories through maps which also show millions of various places and businesses. Among its features, the 10.1.0 beta version of Google Maps will allow you to benefit from real-time GPS navigation, traffic and transit information and it will let you explore your neighborhood to find out where you can go to eat or drink, regardless of your place on the map.
You will get to your destination faster through its updates that happen in real time. Consult the real time estimates and conditions which will allow you to beat traffic. Also, the latest transit info will allow you to catch the right bus, train and even ride-share to get to your destination. You will even save time as you make your way through traffic because the maps will reroute automatically based on live traffic, incidents or road closures.
Moving on, Google Maps 10.1.0 beta can also let you explore and discover places as if you were part of the local community. Local events, restaurants and activities won’t be strangers to you anymore. You will know what is currently trending in your area and what new places you should try out.
The ‘Your match’ feature will let you decide in a quicker manner where to go, based on how likely you are to like a certain place. Group planning is also made easier by sharing a list of options and vote on where to go. Speaking of lists, you can make on of your favorite places and let your friends know. If you are looking to places that must be tried, then you can heed the recommendations of publishers, local experts or Google itself.
Adam Thrones is still early into his career as tech and digital marketing reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Adam earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Adam has a passion for emerging technology and writing on his blog. He is always eager about the new gadgets on the market and likes to cover updates on software.