Earlier this year, Google rolled out a new feature for Google Maps to help people report an incident, speed trap or congestion from within the app. Up until now, the feature was only available for Android users. Now, Google has announced a new update for its Android and iOS version of Maps app. The update includes new ways to report certain road incidents. The update will start rolling out for both the versions starting this week. The noticeable change with the update is the addition of a new ‘+’ button that brings a new report menu option from the bottom screen. Google Maps users on iOS can now report crashes, speed traps and traffic slowdowns directly within Google Maps on their iPhones. According to Google, the report feature is already very popular among Android users and so they are now expanding it to iOS. Apart from this, Google has also added four new types of incidents into the list — construction, lane closure, disabled vehicles, as well as objects on the road. The most important change included in the update is the addition of a new ability that allows Maps users to report crashes, speed traps, and traffic slowdowns directly… Read full this story
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