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Google Maps Unveils New Features To Enable Better User Connection and Coordination

Google Maps has recently unveiled a series of new changes that would best be described as a trio of innovative features.

The app has been working hard for quite some time now in terms of bringing forward uniqueness that would help users stay engaged. Therefore, now, the new set of functionalities is said to provide users with more coordination while establishing great connections too.

Google gave out a public statement on how the features were very diverse. And that means no matter where you are or what you happen to be doing, these new updates would have you covered.

For starters, users would be witnessing new views but the landmarks would be the same old classic ones. This way, you can get into a whole new type of vacation mode that guarantees the most photo-friendly views of the world’s top 100 destinations.


Cities like London, New York, Tokyo, and Barcelona were a part of the list amid many other popular tourist sites. And with stellar aerial views, we certainly wouldn’t be complaining one bit.

All users need to do is search for landmarks in the Google Map’s image section. And that’s it, you’ll be treated to the best aerial views out there today.

Who knew you could virtually visit your next travel hotspot without having to move an inch? And if you like, well, book your tickets and head on there.

The change is one that definitely marks a huge hop toward making its immersive view feature a reality. Google Maps spoke about it in May and it seems that they really mean business. After all, AI technology with HD satellite street views spells a treat for anyone.

Another notable change is how the app is going to be assisting those using sustainable transport options like bikes by giving them accurate and detailed information about their routes.


It’s definitely a thoughtful approach and one that many will love. Simply add your city data and get the best routes for your next destination. You can even add some intricate details like if you’d like to avoid bumpy hills, certain locations, or need to rush.

In the last case, you can even get a customized plan that is limited to a rush-free or low-traffic biking route so you can arrive hassle-free and on time. How’s that for some incredible and useful innovation?

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