Google Maps is one of the most popular apps on the planet, and for good reason. Getting from point A to point B used to be a huge and annoying production until mobile mapping came about, and there’s no better mobile mapping solution than Google Maps. Of course, once you’re done with whatever you needed to do at point B, Google Maps also makes it remarkably easy to find all of the nifty places nearby. And best of all, it’s completely free — as long as you consider paying with your private data to be free.
- The navigation tool reportedly has a new user interface that does not impede the functionality of the app when users access its settings.
- The options do not cover up the entire navigation interface, but they conveniently give users quick access to searching along the route, finding alternate routes and even finding a list of directions.
- The modifications in the navigation UI were first observed by Android Police’s Andy Oka last weekend. According to Oka, he noticed the changes after updating his Google Maps app on his Pixel XL phone.
“The navigation tool reportedly has a new user interface that does not impede the functionality of the app when users access its settings.”