Google is rolling out a feature dubbed “Driving Mode,” which can suggest directions based on your frequently visited places and searches. This will enable it to guess where someone is planning to go. This will help the users to get instructions to the place they’re going, with out the necessity to search for an address or plug in extra data. Driving Mode also can show different info comparable to an estimated time of arrival, gasoline costs and traffic status. You will still need to input the addresses but over time Google Map’s Driving Mode should start to suggest commonly visited locations.Google Maps Rolling Out Predictive #DrivingMode Feature Click To Tweet
To get Driving Mode feature, the Android smartphone users need to download the latest version of Google Maps via the Play Store. The Driving Mode feature can be accessed through the home screen shortcut or via the Google Maps app itself.
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Two important things – (1) iOS iPhone users will not have this feature as its only rolled out for Android. (2) It is being rolled out in English to Seven countries – U.S., United Arab Emirates, U.K., Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore