India is the largest two-wheeler market in the world, where riders have different navigation.
Google’s, the latest Google maps update (v9.67.1) has rolled out a new feature that will help two-wheelers while commuting through the city. In the latest update on google maps, the Silicon Valley tech company has rolled out, where India is most definitely the first one to get it. The new feature will enable two-wheeler owners to easily navigate through heavy traffic in their cities. The Google Map will now provide them with the shortest /faster route to the destination.
Two-wheeler mode in Google Maps
- The map uses ‘shortcuts’ not accessible to cars and trucks.
- It also provides customized traffic and arrival time estimations.
- Added local landmarks for navigation help to show major landmarks on the route so that two-wheelers can plan their route.
- Maps will continue to provide customized routing and voice-guided navigation, apart from the enhanced landmark navigation feature.
This update comes under ‘Google for India’, this feature is designed only for the country. Soon google Map is going to roll out free parking zones.
Hopefully, it’ll roll out to other countries